Bills head coach Doug Marrone has a pretty defined philosophy on his vision for Buffalo’s offense. Fans don’t know much more than the fact that they intend to move at a rapid pace from play to play. Coach Marrone provided a bit more on the radio this week.
Appearing on his weekly radio show on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Marrone shed some more light on what he has in mind for his attack.
“It’s not like it’s the first time it’s been done in the NFL,” said Marrone. “You look at two of the more successful teams in the 80’s and those were Cincinnati and right here in Buffalo with Jim Kelly. You had this style of offense, and it was successful. For whatever reason it didn’t continue. Those two offenses put up a lot of great numbers.
“Our vision is to A, score more points than the opposition. Create a situation that’s fast so it may limit the calls and change what they’ve done from week to week. Wear someone down to create bigger plays for us. And mostly defending the field, and defensively they’re always getting extra guys in there. But we feel with the pace and with what we’re doing on the perimeter we force opponents to defend the whole field.”
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