Even though Chan Gailey is expected to play things close to the vest in tonight’s preseason game so as not to tip off regular season opponents about their plans for the offense, Buffalo’s starters will still run a majority of plays out of their base offense, but there will be some changes from the first preseason game.
“We’ll incorporate new things,” Gailey said. “It’ll be I won’t say a lot different, but different from last week’s game plan. You’re trying to work on every different phase of your offense. This is phase two of where we are.”
Gailey and his offensive staff had planned to make use of a lot of their base plays with a split backfield between Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch in the first preseason game, but that was nixed when both backs were injured on the team’s opening possession against Washington. More one back plays are expected from the first team offense tonight.
Tags: 2010 preseason, Chan Gailey
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