Chris Kelsay is in no mood to enjoy Buffalo's bye week after the latest meltdown from the Bills' high-priced defense.
And the veteran defensive end delivered a tough-worded critique Monday that should make the upcoming break uncomfortable for his teammates, too.
Declining to single anyone out, Kelsay accused players of lacking effort in a 35-34 loss to Tennessee a day earlier. He then added it's time for team leaders to start holding teammates accountable.
''You watch film and not everybody was playing hard every snap. And that's unacceptable,'' Kelsay said. ''It's a blessing to be in this league. And then to go out there and lay an egg, there's no excuses for it.''
As for what it might take to get players' attention, Kelsay said: ''We might have to grab guys by the shirt collar and tell them to get moving.''
In his 10th season with Buffalo, Kelsay is the defense's longest-tenured player, and one of the team's most respected leaders. His comments come as Buffalo (3-4) enters it...