Bills offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett has been the one saddled with the responsibility of keeping the Buffalo offense productive through an almost unprecedented run of quarterback changes the past five weeks along with his top two running backs hobbled with injuries. To this point Buffalo’s offense ranks 15th in the league.
“I think coach Hackett is doing a great job,” said co-captain Eric Wood. “Doing a great job of bringing enthusiasm each day to practice. Being creative at times, at times being simple, but putting us in position to succeed offensively and we’ve got to do a better job of taking care of the ball and we’ll make him look a lot better.”
“One of the things that gets missed in all this is Nathaniel Hackett, it’s been very difficult for what he’s been going through along with the rest of the players with the different quarterbacks having to play and what’s going on and who’s playing,” said Doug Marrone. “He’s really done a nice job of getting those guys ready to play.”
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