Kyle Orton was pretty effective in his debut performance for the Buffalo Bills throwing for 308 yards on 30 of 43 passing (69.7%) a touchdown and an interception. One of his most important plays came on the team’s two-point conversion to tie it with nine minutes left at 14. Orton changed the play at the line.
“On the two-point play we had a throw called,” said head coach Doug Marrone. “We were thinking (we would get) more all out (blitz) on the two-point play because what they’ve shown down there at times is either max coverage or all out blitz. So we had a play to beat the all out (blitz) and he checked to the run.”
“We had a pass play called and went out and they had bracket coverage,” said Orton. “Kind of saw it and we talked about it on the sideline. If we get an all out coverage we’re going to go ahead and let Fred (Jackson) do what he does. We had great communication and it was loud and he was able to get it in.”
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