The Buffalo Bills start to their season wasn’t promising but it was serviceable. They lost the opener to the New England Patriots but were sitting at 2-2 after 4 games including wins over the Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens. Since then, the Bills are 1-5.
On Sunday, the Bills were down 23-3 late in the fourth quarter. A last second touchdown pass from E.J. Manuel to Chris Gragg made the score a more respectable 23-10. The losing has some frustrated, like Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson.
“I’m just frustrated,” Johnson told the team’s official website after the game. “I’m not discouraged by anybody on the team. It is a loss. It’s very frustrating.
“My frustration level is a 10,” Johnson said. “When you’re losing games, nobody should be happy.”
Johnson had just three catches for 48 yards, but he was targeted 10 times. That means there were 7 passes that came his way that weren’t caught for one reason or another. On one play, Johnson was open in the end zone but Manuel sent a pass that sailed 10 yards past Johnson.