A week removed from the firing of offensive coordinator/scapegoat Greg Roman, the Buffalo Bills hung 33 points in a must-win over Arizona. Really good
on the changes made by new OC Anthony Lynn. One difference was the offense's tempo which was sped up at different occasions during the game. Overall, Buffalo still only had 297 totals yards on 61 plays. They remain the slowest paced team in the league based on plays per game (53).
“There was rhythm, it’s pace,” said Incognito. “Those plays are coming in really quick and we’re getting in and out of the huddle and it helps pick up first downs. When you’re physical and you pick up first downs and you’re not in third and long, it kind of changes the make of the ball game. And when you’re scoring touchdowns that helps as well.”
“The way we mixed in our no huddle was definitely beneficial with the touchdown that Shady had off the trap,” said Taylor. “That was a big one in the game. You have to pick and choose when you use it, because sometimes you get stuck in a personnel grouping, and it is not the personnel that you can run your whole offense from. But I think we did a good job of mixing it and it forced them to play certain coverages and stay in certain things and give us decent looks to run our plays.”