The Buffalo Bills have not been all that impressive on offense through their first two games, and Jordan Matthews has caught just five passes during that span. For someone who was expected to replace Sammy Watkins as the team’s new top receiver, that’s somewhat disappointing. But the time to panic has not yet come, and Matthews reminded critics of that on Wednesday. “I think you’re going to [need to] get a little bit of a bigger sample size, if that makes sense,” Matthews told reporters, per ESPN’s Mike Rodak. “You guys study football. I don’t think there’s been any big, like, receiving games through the first two weeks of the season. And I watch, so I know that, for a fact. So I think you need to give it a little more time before you start saying, you know, what’s what and who’s who, if that makes sense.” Zay Jones, who is listed as the No. 2 receiver on Buffalo’s depth chart, has just three catches for 39 yards. LeSean McCoy leads the team with 11 receptions, and tight end Charles Clay is second with seven.
Jordan Matthews responds to criticism of Bills’ wide receivers
Larry Brown Sports | Sep 20