Buffalo’s offensive line had a lot to hang their hat on last season. Number one in rushing, number one in rushing yards per attempt, among other accolades. But the men up front are in no way content with their performance knowing where the team’s record finished up in 2015.
Pro Bowl center Eric Wood confirmed that the team’s offensive linemen are determined to take another step forward in 2016.
“There is a lot to improve on we were far from perfect,” said Wood. “We didn’t start out the year great. I think we all got better as the year went on. We learned more what was expected of us day in and day out as far as the plays go and the walking schemes. We can get a lot better, we can get a lot firmer on our protection. Make Tyrod [Taylor] feel as comfortable as we can. With that stable of running backs behind us they make us look good a lot of the time. We want to keep improving on our job.”
Wood is hosting his annual ‘Dinner for a Difference’ at the Hyatt downtown. It’s his foundation’s biggest fundraiser of the year. A lot of local celebrities and players will be out waiting tables and it is a fine dining event with a cocktail hour and a bunch of high end live auction items. The event helps to support sick and disabled children in the WNY community and their families.
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