Wednesday Player Interviews

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Transcripts of selected interviews with Jets players during the locker room media availability period before Wednesday's midday practice:

G BRANDON MOORE

On why the offense hasn't been consistent…

It just comes down to finding out the formula of "how can we win consistently" and put it together. That is our formula. I think that is one of the great things that will get you through a week of practice.

On playing on the road…

I don't keep up on home record, road record. I know that they beat us up there, it's a tough crowd and we're looking forward to being able to match that intensity. I don't keep up with that. I am just looking at it as a tough challenge for us. We need to play well in games like this against an opponent like this and that is what I am looking forward to.

On if he is curious to see how they play vs. the division leaders…

Yes. I mean curious in I feel good going into it. I don't want to say curious as to throwing an "L" out there and seeing how it goes, but I feel good about our team and these are the games we need to play well in and win so I am definitely looking forward to us against a top team in our division in the AFC and seeing how we come off.

On why it's taking the offense so long to find the right formula…

I don't know. We put in a lot of work during the week. I think it's just us being able to maybe narrow the focus or concentrate a little bit more. We are trying to figure that out. That is one of the things we will go out and try to do again this week and throughout the week. That's what we are trying to do here and hopefully it will work out this weekend.

G ALAN FANECA

On what the offense is doing to minimize turnovers…

I think it just takes a bigger focus about holding on to the ball, knowing what we are doing, what we are doing up front blocking-wise. It's an all-around effort of thinking about it, concentrating and then they will start to dwindle away.

On what makes playing at Buffalo difficult…

They got the wind going on up there. It's about that time of year. It will be fun.

On if trickery, deception and confusing the defense suits the Jets offense...

I think we are doing a little bit of both. I think we are doing a good job of walking that line of making people play honest, heads-up football and being alert for what we can do with some of our skill guys.

On how a deceptive offense affects the defense…

It makes them think a little bit more. It makes them prepare. They may be concerned about guys that normally are a heads-up running team. They can't say, "He's out of the picture, I don't have to worry him, let's go to the ball."

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