On losing his brother Kishara to colon cancer
I was still in elementary school. He was a teenager. It affected me when it happened. But it devastated my mother. He was her child--that would devastate anyone.
On his mother, Jannie Jones
She worked for Dade County Transit. We have these trains in Miami that run through the city. They're like subways but above ground. She would run them, and I would ride with her. I talk to her all the time. That's who raised me. Without her I wouldn't have life.
On having seven 100-yard games last year and three this year
I thank God for that. Someone up there has my back. It's harder this year. They're stacking guys up in the box on me. Guys want to take me down, but I ain't going to let it happen. All I want to do this season is do better than I did last season. Both teamwise and individually.
--As told to Lisa Altobelli
MCGAHEE, WHO IS COMING OFF A 143-YARD GAME VERSUS THE JETS, LEADS BUFFALO (3-3) AGAINST OAKLAND (1-4) THIS SUNDAY.