Moorman's second Buffalo debut "like riding a bike"

Posted Oct 13, 2013

Bills punter Brian Moorman returned to Ralph Wilson Stadium against the Bengals and talked to John Murphy about his game and the warm reception from the crowd.


Q: How does it feel to be back with the organization?

A: “I’m thankful to be here, to be a part of this organization, have the opportunity to be a Buffalo Bill again and finish my career here. That’s my plan and I’m looking forward to that.”

Q: How good did it feel to affect this game a couple of times?

A: “It felt good to get back out there. It was like riding a bike. I told a lot of people I’ve been working with Garrison all summer, and we worked together the whole time. I told him on the sideline, ‘It feels just like this summer.’ The timing is there, everything is there. Coach Marrone and Coach Crossman have been awesome all week with me, just kind of talking through what they want and I think it’s a great fit. I feel confident out there in the fact that the organization has confidence in me. I’m a big believer in confidence breeding confidence, and by them signing me and signing me home that made me feel pretty good, and then of course knowing the fans were confident, that helped too.”

Q: Did you decide to maybe fire up the fans a little more to get involved?

A: “I wouldn’t say that. Everybody that knows me knows that I’m a pretty emotional person, especially on Sundays. I’m a little bit of a different person on game days. But just the emotion of them cheering for me, it brought kind of chills to me and got me in the moment, but that’s me every Sunday. I just want to win, and that’s the most important thing, so that’s the disappointing part about today, but I know that we’ll get things on track and we’ll be moving in the right direction.”