EJ Manuel's ghastly rash of mistakes in London all but buried the whispers over a quarterback controversy in Buffalo.
"When your quarterback is standing up and doing stuff like that," Dixon said, per Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News, "and telling us to take advantage of the now, that's all you need to hear, man. He got us ready to go this week."
Sidelined for two straight games with a knee injury, Taylor called himself "recharged and ready" for the stretch run. His mobility and playmaking have been sorely missed in back-to-back losses to the Bengals and Jaguars. Dixon, though, doesn't believe the injury will change the way Taylor uses his feet.
"He's not going to hold back," Dixon said. "When a quarterback's talking like that, you know what he has on his mind. We're all just straightening our minds now to get on his same page and get this 'W.'"