Earlier this week, we heard from Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan in anticipation of the Bills matchup with the New England Patriots:

Then, we heard this about how the Bills will concentrate their gameplan:

Rex Ryan is no stranger to trash talk. He's no stranger to trash talk of the Patriots. And on Tuesday, Lewis, the Albany native, had a chance to respond to Ryan's comments.

Price writes:

“He’s a great coach, with a great defense and a great team,” Lewis said. “You just have to go out there and get ready for his team.”

“I’ve still got a lot of work to do,” Lewis said. “I’ve got a lot of growing to do from the film. I’m trying to get better this week, correct some of those things I messed up in the game and try to get better this week in practice.”

The Bills and Patriots play this Sunday at 1 p.m. We'll see if Rex knows who Lewis is at the end of the day.

Lewis ran for 69 yards in the Pats' opening-season win against the Steelers. He also had 51 yards receiving.