The Bills saw some of their most extensive red zone work in practice Friday. With just 30 yards or space to work with the challenge is on the offense to make plays in tighter spaces whether it’s gaining separation as a receiver, sticking a throw in a tight window for a quarterback or finding a way through a crease for a running back. As Marquise Goodwin sees it you’ve got to get primal.
“You’ve just got to go be an animal and make a play,” he said. ”You’ve got to find a way to get open, point blank period. If you can’t get open in the red zone versus man, at the end of the day you won’t be in there. They’re going to put the guys in the game that they trust can get open, that will make plays in the red zone. That’s where it counts. It’s good to make plays in the field, but when you’re in the red zone, you’ve got to make plays because that’s what makes touchdowns.”
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