Buffalo Bills defensive end Chris Kelsay is accusing teammates of not playing hard, and says it's time for players to start holding each other accountable.
His frustrations boiled over Monday, a day after the defense collapsed in a 35-34 loss to Tennessee. Without singling anyone out, Kelsay says it's evident watching film that not everyone played hard every snap.
The 10-year veteran is the defense's longest tenured player.
Buffalo (3-4) enters its bye week with several questions to address. The biggest involves fixing a high-priced defense that's allowed an NFL-worst 1,238 yards rushing.
On Sunday, the Bills gave up 195 yards rushing to Chris Johnson, and then allowed the Titans to win the game on Matt Hasselbeck's touchdown fourth-down pass to Nate Washington with 1:03 left.