The Buffalo Bills face a lot of uncertainty entering Monday’s contest against the New England Patriots. New offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt has devised a new form of the no-huddle offense against one of the better defenses in the NFL. The Patriots do a great job of eliminating one of the opposing teams best offensive choice, so it forces teams to beat the Patriots with a second and third option. Vince Wilfork, Ty Warren and Derrick Burgess are a formidable front for the new Bills offensive line. It’s going to be a steep learning curve for rookies Eric Wood and Andy Levitre. The offense line became even more inexperienced on Tuesday with the release of veteran Langston Walker. Second-year man Demetrius Bell will start when he’s healthy. Bell has been out with bac ...
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