No one knows if it will be recipe moving forward for Buffalo’s offense, but WR Robert Woods was encouraged by what they were able to execute in the fourth quarter of last Sunday’s game.
Buffalo staged three straight touchdown drives when they were down 24 points entering the fourth quarter to make it a game late against New England. Granted the Patriots were willing to trade yards for time off the clock and played a bit more conservatively on defense. Still, Woods believes they’d fare well as an offense if they subscribed more to a fast tempo.
“I think just the urgency of the offense when we were able to move the ball well, run the ball well, move fast, keep the defense on the edge and keep the blitz away, I think that’s when we move the ball best,” said Woods, who had a 32-yard touchdown catch to cap the first of three successful touchdown drives in the fourth quarter last Sunday.
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