Since signing a four-year contract extension in 2009, Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee has had one interception.

Probably not what the personnel department was expecting from a guy who had 16 picks in his first six years, one of which was returned for a touchdown.

But making the big play is exactly what is motivating the nine-year veteran, who has struggled with injuries over the last two seasons. In the 17 games when McGee has made an interception in his career, the Bills have a record of 14-3, but he hasn't had one since Week 14 in 2009 against Kansas City.

Last year, McGee watched in envy from the sidelines as teammate George Wilson made a late red zone interception against the Bengals in Week 11, setting up a Stevie Johnson touchdown in the Bills' 49-31 triumph.

"You're happy for you and your team but then you're like, 'Man, I wish I was out there and could make a play like that,'" McGee said at St. John Fisher College. "I just know the feeling you have when you make a play to help the team. I definitely miss those, I haven't had one of those in a while."