Jordan Matthews Not Worried About Passing Game

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9/23:Buffalo Bills wide receiver Jordan Matthews is staying patient and thinks the team needs some more time to get their passing game going early in the year. Buffalo currently has the second fewest catches (11) and third fewest receiving yards (149) in the NFL through the first two weeks. "You're going to [need to] get a little bit of a bigger sample size, if that makes sense," Matthews said. Running back LeSean McCoy lead the Bills with 34 receiving yards in Week 2 against a stout Panthers defense. Matthews had two catches for 61 yards in the season opener against the Jets but fell back down to earth with three catches for 30 yards against Carolina. Matthews is still trying to learn the offense after being traded over, and things don't get any easier in Week 3 against the Broncos and the No Fly Zone. Matthews is more of a WR4 this weekend. Expect Buffalo to once again lean on McCoy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: ESPN.com - Mike Rodak
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