DaQuan Jones and Rodger Saffold are going to feel a little different than anyone else in the Buffalo Bills locker room ahead of facing the Tennessee Titans.
On Monday, Buffalo welcomes their former team to Orchard Park.Both of them are handing their feelings in different ways.
Not only did he sign with the Bills after spending the past three years with the Titans,
Tennessee is the team he earned his Pro Bowl status with. The Los Angles Rams is the team that draft him
“Kind of like–(the schedule) was almost built for me. Back-to-back like that,” Saffold told the Bills radio show.
Also signing in Buffalo this spring, Jones spent 2021 with the Carolina Panthers. But from 2014 to 2020, he was in Tennessee.
Despite that, Jones is trying to be on the opposite end of the spectrum.
While perhaps not the flashiest of players on Buffalo’s roster, both Jones and Saffold will play key parts against the Titans.
Jones will anchor the middle of a defensive front that’s trying to slow down All-Pro running back Derrick Henry.
Saffold will be part of an offensive line attempting to contain defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons.