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center_img “It’s not just one thing,” Peters said. “Everybody has to step their game up and play everything better. I think everybody is just taking it personally and making sure they’re improving and where they’re supposed to be.”Safety Tyrann Mathieu mentioned “getting back to your fundamentals.”Bettcher pointed to players’ eyes.“On any given play, any player on the field, he has keys that he reads, right? We got to be good with our keys. It’s not any one individual. It’s not any one thing,” he said Thursday. “That’s one of those basic things about ball is you get in the stance and you get your eyes where they’re supposed to be, and that’s how you start a play. If you don’t start a play that way, you play the entire snap from behind.”The good news about last week’s showing, according to Bettcher, is that after the corrections were made, the Bills had considerably less success running the ball.He’s right.Following halftime, the Bills gained only 44 rushing yards. However, the damage had already been done and as Bettcher noted, “second time don’t mean nothing, but the ability to be in the right place shows that we’re capable.”The Cardinals know they’ll be tested by the Rams rushing attack. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellinglast_img