Listen, it wasn't pretty. In fact, there's little more to say except, "We won." In addition, the ineptitude displayed on the field in Buffalo was so great that this was the only analysis of the game that I deem worthy to pass on to others.
ESQ: How much did the swirling winds add to the offensive ineptitude?
L: It was extremely windy. I don't know how much it affected the players, but for us it was a huge factor. We couldn't see anything because our hair was in our faces the whole game! Dealing with the elements makes it trickier, but there was no rain or snow, and it's something you have to rise above.
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