Winning at the line of scrimmage has proven difficult for the Bills offense the last two games against a pair of top five defenses in Detroit and New England. It’s affected the production both on the ground and through the air. QB Kyle Orton provided his take on it and how they can increase their output.
“I think we’ve got to take a look at everything that we’re doing,” said Orton. “We have to find ways to start faster both in the run game and in the pass game. With the three backs we have we should be able to run the ball on guys and open up some play action and open up some stuff in the passing game. We’ll get back to work on it and see where we can improve.”
When asked if their offensive identity is their run game, Orton went in another direction.
“I think we’ve got a lot of playmakers,” he said. “There are a number of ways to get them the ball. I think our screen game is improving every week. We’ve got guys at the wide receiver position where we should get them the ball in space and give them room to run.”
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