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Bills vs. Chiefs Week 14: Thursday media sessions

It was back to business for reporters and a trio of Buffalo’s offensive stars

Buffalo Bills v Kansas City Chiefs Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images

If you missed any of the media sessions from Thursday’s Buffalo Bills practice, be sure to catch up on the latest from wide receivers Gabe Davis and Mitch Morse, plus center Mitch Morse.

We’ve spent a lot of time discussing news that has less to do with X’s & O’s and more to do with “oh no.” Here, you’ll find a break from all that, and instead be able to listen in as three key players on offense speak about their Week 14 game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

Each video, in full, is embedded below.


Wide receiver Gabe Davis

Davis was asked to reflect on his time away during the bye week, what he saw as a positive coming out of the Week 12 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and the offense’s production the last couple games, and more in a succinct, down-to-business interview from Buffalo’s WR2.

Center Mitch Morse

Morse spent time discussing Dion Dawkins’ having been named the team’s Walter Payton Man of the Year Award nominee for the second year in a row. Plus, he reflected on having played with both Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen during his career, and more ahead of this weekend’s game in Kansas City.

Wide receiver Stefon Diggs

Diggs brought the chill to his interview on Thursday, and seemed juiced discussing the upcoming game against the Chiefs — and noting the history between the two teams in this era. During the course of Diggs’ interview, he appeared focused and ready to respond in kind to the task ahead of the Bills.

Surprisingly, Diggs admitted that he didn’t know Mitch Morse played for the Chiefs, which you can hear him expand on in the video embedded here.