The Bills offense has a lot of new pieces in their starting 11 this season, including their quarterback Tyrod Taylor. Fitting all of those pieces together to become a consistent scoring unit is something Buffalo’s players are working on. Sammy Watkins says they’re working hard, but that it will take a little time.
“We’re new guys, we haven’t made plays with him,” said Watkins of the skill position players and Taylor. “The more we make plays the more comfortable we’ll get with him. The more the line blocks, the more he’ll get more comfortable with staying in the pocket. That’s the thing—playing these games, you realize how much of a difference it is when you haven’t played with a game for long. You can’t point fingers at him and say he missed these throws—some guys messed up on routes with depth. You can’t really point fingers, we just have to all get on the same page.”
Buffalo’s players on offense felt the three consecutive touchdown drives in the fourth quarter last Sunday was a step in the right direction.
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