In the wide open quarterback competition for the Bills, head coach Chan Gailey provided an answer when asked if he saw any of the candidates establish themselves as an early front runner.
“No, and if anyone did I wouldn’t tell you,” said Gailey.
Gailey said playing quarterback right now in helmets and shorts is the easy part. He believes a more accurate assessment can be made once the pads go on and there’s more live play in training camp.
So it’s likely that at this point, Gailey is assessing the physical skills of his quarterbacks more than anything with decision making under pressure coming more in the training camp setting.
Tags: Chan Gailey, OTAs, quarterback competition
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