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Old 11-02-2012   #20
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Default Re: Bills Q&A with Tim Graham of the Buffalo News

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Originally Posted by TimeKiller View Post
One quote in here gave me the fear. How the Bills like to spread out a defense. You know who else plays spread offense? Packers. Plus, if they spread out the Texans and let Spiller loose on a run, what then?

Couple that with a D that's been embarrassed and has at least one player coming to prove something to the Texans?

I smell a trap. Hope the bye week didn't break their focus.
You're right about the potential for a trap. However, let's not forget that this isn't Aaron Rodgers running the offense.

The Bills haven't shown any ability to push the ball downfield. Most of their offense in the passing game comes from short throws, which lead to their downfall last season.

Teams began picking up on it, and by around week 6 last year, their offense became largely ineffective at times and that magical 4-0 start looked like a tease.
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