ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey remembers enough bad times from last year's dreadful season to not make a big deal over one win.
Encouraged as he was on Monday, a day after a 41-7 season-opening victory at Kansas City, Gailey says there's still plenty to prove for a team that opened last season 0-8 en route to a 4-12 finish.
Gailey and his players took a cautious approach following one of their most convincing and complete victories.
The Ryan Fitzpatrick-led offense clicked in what's tied as the franchise's sixth most-lopsided margin of victory. And the defense looked nothing like last year's porous unit after limiting the Chiefs to 213 yards.
For Gailey, it's time to focus on the next game as the Bills prepare to host Oakland on Sunday.