Bills offensive coordinator Greg Roman is known to experiment a lot this time of year when it comes to drawing up plays for his offense. It’s part of a process to see what works well and what doesn’t. In Thursday’s closed OTA session Roman did exactly that and was pleased with the way his players handled a large volume of material.
“Guys are working hard and we’re throwing a lot at them. Today we worked on a lot of things we may or may not use during the course of the season,” Roman said. “We still feel it’s important enough that it may come up at some point. I thought the guys did a great job of taking in a tremendous amount of information in a short amount of time, and going out and making chicken salad out of it.”
With a brand new roster to work with for the first time in five years, it’s understandable why Roman and his offensive staff see a need to experiment and see what their personnel can absorb, retain and effectively execute. Much like the players have to refine the offensive plays that are installed, the coaches have to refine their playbook in terms of what stays and what goes. That happens by testing things out on the practice field.
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