There still isn’t a definitive decision on who will be starting at quarterback for the Bills on Sunday. EJ Manuel did take the majority of the reps for a second straight day in practice Thursday, but head coach Rex Ryan still has the door open for Tyrod Taylor to start. So if Manuel does in fact start is his skill set similar enough to that of Taylor to allow offensive coordinator Greg Roman to keep a lot of their offensive approach the same?
“I think each guy is different in their own way,” said Roman. “You can’t just say we’ve got this game plan for this quarterback, and this game plan for the other guy, because there are 10 other guys out there, too. And there’s only so much data space during the week for them to assimilate a game plan and all the adjustments.
“I think there’s got to be a middle ground you try to achieve. You try to tailor it to one guy (no pun intended), but at the same time there’s enough carry over that the rest of the offense can assimilate it to a high-enough level to go out and execute it.”
Roman said he doesn’t see playing Manuel in place of an injured Taylor necessitating a change in plan or approach as much as an adjustment in how the plan is accomplished.
“I don’t think it’s a matter of changing too much,” he said. “I think it’s a matter of what box do you pick out of.”
Tags: EJ Manuel, Greg Roman, Tyrod Taylor
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