Another Bills player calls out defense

Kelsay questions effort of Buffalo defense. Terry McCormick

Print This October 23, 2012, 08:30 AM EST

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After Sunday's 35-34 loss to Tennessee, defensive tackle Kyle Williams had some choice words about the way the Buffalo Bills defense was playing.

Now, teammate Chris Kelsay has joined in the fray, questioning the very effort of a Bills defense that has been shredded time and again this season.

Some way somehow we’ve got to understand what accountability means across the board, playing hard every play,” said Kelsay Monday on the team's website. “You watch the film and not everybody was playing hard every snap and that’s unacceptable.”

Kelsay said it is up to the Bills locker room leaders to get the players to pick up the pace.

“At the end of the day that’s who is on the field,” he said. “Coaches coach and players play. We might have to grab guys by the shirt collar and tell them to get to moving. It’s nothing personal, but we’re relying on you. Myself included. If I’m not doing my job I expect Kyle (Williams) to grab me by the neck and tell me to get going. That’s what it’s going to take. We’ve got a lot of young guys. We’re going to get everybody on the same page.”

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