It’s never fun being laughed at, unless, of course, you intend to be. Donte Whitner and the Bills don’t intend to be.
Whitner told Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com that the offensive players of the Packers were laughing at the Bills during the fourth quarter in Week 2, and it’s not the first time it has happened.
“It happened last week,” Whitner said. “The Packers were laughing at us. Aaron Rodgers and a lot of those guys were laughing at us toward the end of the football game and that never feels good.”
When asked about the keys for turning around the teams’ fortunes, Whitner says the Patriots are perennial laughers.
“We want to get things turned around, but at the same time it’s football teams with grown men laughing at other grown men on the football field,” he said. ”That happened to us in the ball game last week and it happens every time we play New England. So we’ve got to stop that and we look forward to stopping that. We’re ready to beat New England and I know coach wants to go up there and beat New England. So we have an opportunity and what we do with that opportunity is up to us.”
It leaves one to wonder what teams are saying to the Lions, who have lost 33 of their last 35 games.
— Frank Tadych