When Dick Jauron fired Dick Schonert a week prior to the beginning of the season for having too many formations and too many plays, we all were thinking Buffalo was in trouble. Since then, Offensive Coordinator Alex Van Pelt has simplified the offense greatly while keeping the no-huddle aspect. The thing nobody saw coming was this move resulting a more productive offense. In this day and age, the most successful offenses are the ones with the most sophistication (but of course they must be well-executed). The truth is the Bills are about as complicated offensively as a modern high school team, yet they are moving the football and scoring points. The main reason for this is that with two stud receivers outside, the running game is opened up. But likely tha ...
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