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Bills coach Sean McDermott doesn't want his team thinking about revenge on Rob Gronkowski

Ryan Hannable
December 19, 2017 - 10:22 am

One of the bigger storylines heading into Sunday's game against the Bills, is Rob Gronkowski going up against Tre'Davious White just a few weeks after Gronkowski jumped on his back/neck after an interception three weeks ago. White was in the concussion protocol after the game.

Gronkowski was suspended one game for his actions and Bills players indicated they would remember the play when the two teams met again.

“Once we get back to that week where we play [the Patriots], we'll see what happens,” White said on Dec. 7.

On Monday, Bills coach Sean McDermott said he doesn't want his team thinking about the play at all when the teams meet Sunday at Gillette Stadium.

“We’ve got too much work to do,” McDermott told reporters on Monday. “And this is too good of an opponent for us to, A, talk about it, or B, even think about it. The weeks go by too fast for us to do anything but focus on what we’ve got to do and the New England Patriots.”

The Bills are still in playoff contention and likely need to win their final two games.