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“We know what we’re up against on Sunday,” said Bills defensive end Dwan Edwards. “They’ve got some really good backs and they try to get them the ball and find ways to put them in position to make plays. It’s going to be a tough week of preparation, getting all their stuff down and hopefully try to limit their rushing yards.”

“I take a lot of extra pride in what our running backs do, because I barely ever get the ball,” Cox said. “I can’t look at my personal stats. I live vicariously through Thomas, Jamaal and Dexter. If they are having a good day that means I’m doing my job so I take pride in that.”

“When you sign up, you’re not sure what you’re going to get,” said Gailey, who spent 2008 as the Chiefs’ offensive coordinator and served as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in 1998-99. “But you take it as it comes. You deal with it …

“Whatever 45 we’re dealt, that’s who we’re dealing with,” Weis said. “My job is not to talk about personnel. There’s guys that miss time in practice. That’s just part of football. Guys get banged up, and the next guy steps in. That’s the way it goes.”

“You have to pick your poison,” Stroud said. “You have a guy like Thomas Jones that does a good job running between the tackles and then you have a guy like Jamaal Charles who has all the speed in the world. Once he gets outside it may be a foot race. Any time you have a combo like that it’s going to be hard to contain them.”

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