Bills offensive coordinator Greg Roman is known for his creative football mind, but none of that creativity is expected to be on display Friday in the team’s first preseason game. Instead the focus will be on basic plays and fundamentals to help the offensive staff get an accurate evaluation of some of the players who are not starters on Buffalo’s roster.
“Number one thing we want to get done is start to really really just build into the way we play a game and that starts with a lot of little things,” Roman said. “And we’re really not trying to reinvent football here and scheme it up. We want to get guys out there, let them work on basic fundamental things and evaluate how that might look when we apply schemes.
“But especially with a lot of younger players, you really want to see them do basic things so you can make a true evaluation on them. Was it really his ability or was it the scheme that got him open or am I throwing a bubble screen for … three bubble screens for 250 yards and a perfect quarterback rating or is it because I’m grinding through a lot of different situations. So it’s a great opportunity and I know the players are looking forward to it.”
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