According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Bills will be tossing the no huddle out of their offense this week.
ProFootballTalk cites a “league source” for the story that head coach Dick Jauron has decided to do away with the no huddle, which the Bills have run the entire offseason, preseason and first five games of the regular season.
If the report is accurate, the decision likely was borne out of the offensive struggles that were only compounded by 11 offensive penalties including nine false starts.
Offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt did comment on what needs to be done to be more successful on offense Wednesday.
“Eliminate the penalties is the first thing we start to concentrate on,” Van Pelt said. “And put more emphasis on the snap count, and then continue to do the things that we’ve done well, such as run the football.”
When asked what his message was to the offense this week he offered the following.
“Execute, simplify, execute, and make the plays when they are there,” he said. “As simple as that.”
Tags: Alex Van Pelt, Dick Jauron, No huddle offense
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