Sure-handed receiver Davone Bess has dropped short passes early on in each of the last two games and is tied for seventh in the NFL with a team-high five drops, according to Stats LLC.

But Bess refused to blame it on the revolving door at quarterback.

“That’s the scapegoat, so to speak,'' said Bess. "That’s the easy way to see that’s why I’m dropping balls. But that’s not the case at all, just a lack of concentration on my behalf. I know I’m better than that and I’m going to fix it.”

Bess, acquired in a draft day trade with the Dolphins, was acquired to be a go-to guy on third down, which has been his hallmark throughout his six-year career. But he's caught only 25 passes this season for 234 yards with no touchdowns.

He said his season hasn't gone "as planned, but the good thing about this league is getting on to the next week and putting what happened behind you and looking forward to next week.”

He said adjusting to his third quarterback in Jason Campbell in the last four games, can be a distraction, "but everybody has to deal with it – all the receivers, all the tight ends. We collectively as a unit have to adjust. That’s the nature of the business.”

He said he's been working hard to correct his mistakes and improve his focus on the field. he dropped short passes over the middle on the second drive in each of the past two games.

"That’s what the league is, man,'' he said. "You’re not going to have your best days. You’re not going to have your best weeks. It’s about finding that balance and staying consistent and not making the same mistakes over again. Experience helps with that. It’s happened before. I’m sure that won’t be the last time it happens. That’s the nature of this game. It’s about bouncing back. It’s about making the most of your next opportunity.”