There have been a couple of persistent problems when it comes to Buffalo’s offensive execution the last few years. Third down conversions and red zone scoring efficiency. Last season the Bills finished 29th in both categories. C.J. Spiller said the two areas have been a primary focus this offseason.
“We know where we want to go as an offense, we know the things we want to get better at,” Spiller said. “It’s just things that hurt us last year that we’re trying to work on like third down, the red zone and two minutes. There’s different situations we’re trying to get better at as an offense and we understand that.”
On Friday night the Bills will be facing a Carolina defense that ranked 12th in third down defense and third in the NFL in red zone defense allowing opponents to reach the end zone just over 41 percent of the time (41.5%).
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