"That didn't surprise me. Ryan is an athlete, and he has a great motor," Coach Greg Robinson said. "I am happy for him (Ryan), and all of our defensive linemen because they work so hard and it is good to see him have that kind of production."
"It felt great just to get some pass rushes under my belt," LaCasse said.
LaCasse and the rest of defensive
line weren't just pressuring the quarterback either, they were stuffing the run.
"We didn't win at the line of scrimmage in any way remotely needed," Buffalo coach Jim Hofher said. "We haven't run the ball on offense, we haven't pass protected, in the end, we haven't produced."
Although Coach Robinson admitted
"We put it on our shoulders to do our thing," LaCasse said. "We're always trying to pitch shutouts. If we do that, all the offense needs is a field goal to win."
The line wasn't able to make this
big of an impact last year when
"We're doing a couple of different things," LaCasse said. "I don't care whether I am rushing the quarterback or getting the pick off. I think it's good that we can go out there and mix stuff up and make offenses think a little more."