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    I cant believe how open our Wide Recievers were

    It looked like the Patriots offense out there. I couldn't believe it!!!!! and Hill looked like Randy Moss out there!!!!!!!

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    Noticed that too. Shocking, really.

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    One of the benefits of practicing against the best secondary in the NFL. Not having the matador at RT was a big help too

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthTown View Post
    Noticed that too. Shocking, really.
    I have never seen our WR in 6 years under Schotty that wide open..I loved the downfield throwing....... no more 8 yard routes when we need 10 yards..

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    As good a job as our receivers did yesterday, let me just add in one thing: in the years we spent with Schotty at the helm, when did you ever see plays that look like the design was to get the receivers the ball in space? How many times did we utilize 5 yard slants on 3rd and 10?

    All in all, good joint effort yesterday between our receivers and Sparano's gameplan. Lets see if this was a one-week wonder or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unchartedm0nkey View Post
    As good a job as our receivers did yesterday, let me just add in one thing: in the years we spent with Schotty at the helm, when did you ever see plays that look like the design was to get the receivers the ball in space? How many times did we utilize 5 yard slants on 3rd and 10?

    All in all, good joint effort yesterday between our receivers and Sparano's gameplan. Lets see if this was a one-week wonder or not.
    there was some YAC yesterday! give me some more cowbell and more YAC!

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    lol. it was eye-opening for Bills fans too....

    http://forums.twobillsdrive.com/topi...uo-in-the-nfl/

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    One of the big benefits of shoring up the O-line. A couple of extra seconds makes all of the difference in WR getting open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lageman4ever View Post
    One of the big benefits of shoring up the O-line. A couple of extra seconds makes all of the difference in WR getting open.
    This can't be overstated, think its a combo of the WRs, the gameplan, but mostly this /\ /\

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    Not to rain on our parade, but the Bills poor secondary was a big factor. If they can't pressure with their front 4, they're a very bad D. It won't be that easy every week.

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    lets not get carried away here. Its one game.

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    Just exactly who plays on the Bills, Mario Williams and what two other guys?

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    Easy. Hill is definitely not Randy Moss but the offense played great. Let's get some consitancy going.

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    The Bills played a ton of man, and our guys blew by them. Interesting to see how we fare against zone coverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freestater View Post
    lol. it was eye-opening for Bills fans too....

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    Bills were torn to shreds. Their fans are obviously heartbroken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    Just exactly who plays on the Bills, Mario Williams and what two other guys?
    Jim Kelly, Bruce Smith, I could keep going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman View Post
    Jim Kelly, Bruce Smith, I could keep going.
    i think he meant current players

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOne View Post
    i think he meant current players
    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullblast View Post
    The Bills played a ton of man, and our guys blew by them. Interesting to see how we fare against zone coverage.
    Speed kills. What happens when we have speedsters like Schillens, Gates sharing some real air time with Hill

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfine350z View Post
    It looked like the Patriots offense out there. I couldn't believe it!!!!! and Hill looked like Randy Moss out there!!!!!!!
    I made at least a couple of posts over the last couple of years that it wasnt really our receivers. It's Schotty. He would call all these plays were multiple receivers would run routes very close to each other and sometimes would even bump into each other. I saw it at least a few times last year.

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