Doug Marrone: 'Buffalo Bills performance was disappointing'

Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone watches his team during the game against Minnesota Vikings on August 16, 2013
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Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone says that the team is disappointed with their performance against the Washington Redskins last night.

Doug Marrone has admitted that the Buffalo Bills were "disappointed" with their performance against the Washington Redskins last night.

The AFC East were comfortably beaten at FedEx Field by the Washington Redskins to lose their 100% pre-season record.

Speaking at a press conference, the head coach said: "Obviously, we are disappointed in our performance. We had a chance to make some plays early on in the game and didn't. They, in turn, did and were able to score.

"I think at the end of the day, we have to find a way to make those plays and take advantage of that opportunity. We have to continue to keep working on the fundamentals. As I said before, camp is not over.

"It is a work in progress and we have a lot of work ahead of us. I think we left some plays out there. We have to just go out there and make some plays."

The Bills face the Detroit Lions in their final game of the pre-season on Thursday.

Redskins players stand on the sidelines during a game with Buffalo on August 24, 2013
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