Kansas City Chiefs' wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin had three catches for 62 yards in his team's 35-17 road loss to Buffalo in Week 2, but don't expect the second-year pro to be happy that he got in the offensive mix since the team lost, as indicated in quotes provided by the team Monday.
"We lost the game. It's time to get back to the drawing board and just get ready for this next game," Baldwin said. "... I'm still going to keep preparing the same. They'll keep calling my number and I'll just keep making plays when the opportunities present themselves."
The 0-2 Chiefs will be facing an equally desperate New Orleans Saints team in Week 3, so any offensive improvement will have to come soon.
"Like I said, we've got to get back to the drawing board and get ready for the next game," Baldwin said. "We watched the film, we made the corrections, now we have to go to practice and try to get better. That's all we can do right now.
"... Nobody wants to be 0-2 and that's the situation right now. We don't want go 0-3, but we just have to keep working, keep working and doing what the coaches ask and just take it from there."
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