Adam Podlesh, the former Pittsford Sutherland and University of Maryland star punter, was hoping to show his stuff in his first football game in New York State since high school.
But his Jaguars offensive teammates and the Bills defenders weren’t accommodating.
The Jags wound up scoring on eight of 10 possessions, so the only punting Podlesh did was during warm-ups before the opening kickoff and the second half.
“I did really well in warm-ups,’’ Podlesh joked. “I had some good holds, too.”
That he did, holding for teammate Josh Scobee’s five field goals and three extra points.
“I’m glad that we won – that’s the number one thing,’’ said Podlesh, who had a group of about 15 relatives and friends at the game. “But it would have been nice to get out there and show my stuff.”
Podlesh grew up a big Bills fan. He believes the team he once rooted for will be heard from before the end of the season.
“The one thing they’ll probably end up doing is bucking down and playing desperate – in a good way,’’ he said