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Rex Ryan takes no prisoners with comments in Wednesday’s press conference

The Bills head coach voiced his determination to see Buffalo improve down the stretch, especially on defense.

Rex Ryan had quite the press conference today in front of the assembled media, and his tone was slightly different from what we’ve heard in the past.

The Buffalo Bills head coach, well-known as a “players’ coach,” wasn’t shy about offering some stern comments that, well, won’t be categorized as “player friendly.”

However, as usual, everything he said came across as genuine, and it’ll be hard for even the biggest Rex detractor to fault anything he mentioned while standing on the podium, especially considering the 4-5 Bills must go on a late-season winning streak to make the playoffs.

After stating “we're about as healthy as we've been all season,” Rex said:

Clearly, Rex is staying true to the open competition in the secondary after the team had an extra week to evaluate.

He also discussed other positional battles and touched on confidence:

After saying “it’s time to set Percy Harvin free this week,” Rex ended his candid presser with more striking but much-needed overarching comments that culminated with this headliner:

The Bills likely can afford just one loss over the final seven games of the 2016 regular season to make the postseason, and Rex sounds extremely driven to correct defensive mistakes to help Buffalo go on run.