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The Bills Offense Evolution is Paying Off In Spades


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13 hours ago, TPS said:

It'll be interesting to see if the package of 2 WR, 1 TE, RB and FB (Gilliam) gets used more.  Gilliam had as many snaps as Beasley did against the Chiefs.  I know Dabol says it's all about game planning for each team each week, but using Gilliam gives them a lot of flexibility too, since he's really a TE.

OMG.  Back to the 1950's.

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8 hours ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:


Both guards how you figure that?

Moving Ford to the bench for Feliciano (or anyone) obviously.

Williams at RG, seems to have the power to move bodies that Feliciano didn’t, I deem that an upgrade.

Brown at RT over Williams looks like the guy who is athletic enough to handle game wreckers like Watt and Bosa. At worst that’s a wash right now but I think by the end of the year he’ll be the best of the 5.


So on a scale of 1-10 (arbitrary ball parking here) LG goes from 2 to 6, RG from 6 to 7, RT from 7 to 7.5 with upside. Domino effect.

2 hours ago, Buffalo Junction said:

It allows Morse to assist either guard based on matchups and play call as opposed to constantly helping an overmatched Ford. It makes the combination blocks more effective and unpredictable which helps the big boys get to the second level. 

And that!

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