Found October 24, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:

Every so often, a player gets asked a question that he simply knows he shouldn’t answer. The reporters know it, the players know it, and everyone is on the same wavelength when the player smirks while dodging the question. Hey, it’s understandable. No need to give away trade secrets. Rookie defensive end Chandler Jones had an especially funny moment when he was asked about the Bills’ offensive line who the Pats will face in a few weeks, and Jones broke it down, with his smile widening with every passing sentence. “I’ll give you a little scouting report on the left tackle, Cordy Glenn,” Jones said. “He’s a young player just like I am. He’s a good player. He’s a left tackle. I’m the right defensive end. He’s trying to block me from getting the quarterback, and I’m trying to get the quarterback.” Well maybe not the best scouting report, but let’s be honest the Bills will be extremely happy to have the big rookie back after the bye.  They will have a very tough schedule against both Houston and New England when they get back. Hopefully they will be back at one hundred percent.


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