Trying to help Tyrod Taylor progress with his personal game proved difficult during the regular season when there was the added task of preparing for a weekly opponent each Sunday. In the offseason that element is off the table, which will allow Taylor to work with the offensive staff on the specific areas of his game and offensive execution in need of improvement heading into 2016. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman explains how that improvement will be achieved once Taylor and his teammates return to Buffalo in April.
“Basically what we’re going to do is look back at all the teachable moments and really focus on things we need to improve on and we’ll try to create those scenarios in practice,” Roman told Buffalobills.com. “That will help us get over that hump, get over the next hump, understand this and understand that. It’ll be part of what we do in the spring where we orchestrate situations specifically to understand or accomplish something specific that we need to get done.”
With Taylor as the entrenched starter, he’ll also have the advantage of all the starter reps instead of splitting them three ways as he did last offseason.
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