Marcellus Wiley speaks on the new look Buffalo Bills, the New England Patriots’ dominance and Bill Belichick’s legacy
Wiley talks Buffalo Bills, the Patriots dominance in the AFC East and the legacy of Bill Belichick
For the second interview of a three-part session, Marcellus Wiley is in favor of the new-look Buffalo Bills.
“It’s a real offense. Great coaching. I think we’re on our way.”
He praised Bills QB Josh Allen’s ability and potential and thinks he will be just fine. “Josh Allen is something. I like Josh Allen a lot. His mobility is surprising to many but if you watch the talent, he’s a big guy with a big arm in the right place who can move around.”
Wiley has ties to the Bills as they drafted him in the second round of the 1997 NFL Draft. He spent his first four years in Buffalo.
Wiley also mentioned that a big part of the New England Patriots’ success is due to them focusing more on the efficiency side of the game. “We’re always talking about let’s win the game, Patriots are more like let’s not lose this game for ourselves.”
As for what he thinks of New England’s head coach, Wiley states: “Bill Belichick in terms of football is the greatest coach I’ve ever seen.”