Wizard Posted September 22, 2022 Share Posted September 22, 2022 (edited) With a top shelf passing game and a solid defense (only going to get better when the CB's and DT's) get healthy, there are no complaints whatsoever about scoring 28-40 points a game with Allen at the helm running a pass heavy offense. I am curious about the vision the team has for the running game though. Is there an ideal split for carries? Do the Bills plan on having three or four capable backs and churning over new ones every few years for salary to be used on other positions while Allen is a top 3 QB the next decade? Do we have 4-5 passing options each down and keep doing that until a team learns to slow the offense a bit? I think it is awesome that the Bills barely utilize a running game. Other than Singletary having like two big games last year to get over 800 yards, our RB's have averaged like 500-600 yards the past 5 years when you take away Allen's running skills. I wonder if the Bills will have a bell cow back again, or if RB is likely the 4th option on most plays. Thoughts? Would you like to see anything different or are you indifferent like me as long as we win? Edited September 22, 2022 by Wizard Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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