ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Bills receiver Stevie Johnson worries his team has squandered its early-season advantage of having a home-heavy schedule.
After splitting their first four home games, the Bills (2-4) will have to start winning on the road to stay competitive.
Johnson sees plenty of what he calls ''fight'' in the Bills, who embark on a stretch of playing three of four on the road. It begins with a game at AFC East rival Miami (3-2) on Sunday.
The schedule doesn't get easier for a team that has lost six straight and 15 of its past 17 road games.
The Bills close the season playing seven of 10 away from Orchard Park. That includes the Bills' annual ''home'' game at Toronto, where they face Atlanta on Dec. 1.
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