Bills interim head coach Perry Fewell has already made some decisions on both sides of the ball.
First, he will continue to call defensive plays, at least this week. The interesting part about that decision is he has called the defensive plays from up in the coaches’ booth. Now he’ll have to be down on the sidelines, so it will require some measure of adjustment.
Second, he has decided on a starting quarterback for Sunday’s game, but will not announce who it is until Wednesday.
Third, he intends to keep Buffalo’s offense largely the same in terms of scheme. Realistically changing much offensive at this stage of the game would prove extremely difficult.
Fourth, he intends to contact coaching colleagues with head coaching experience for any advice they might be able to provide in terms of coordinating everything on game day, as Fewell knows the number of decisions he has to make on a Sunday just went from a handful to dozens.
He also said the days’ events have not affected the staff’s preparation for Sunday’s game in the least, which is good news.
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