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The Bills Offense in 2009…a Passing Fancy?

Article By on 17th June, 2009

... I hate the short passing game in general. There is nothing less inspiring in a football game than a four-yard out pattern.

The type of game that inspires me was played by teams like the Oakland Raiders of the 1960s and the Pittsburgh Steelers of the 1970s. These are teams who ground out tough yards up the gut and when they wanted to pass they didn't nickle and dime it; they ran play-action and threw it deep.

While the Buffalo Bills teams of the past few seasons have used this annoying short passing game to some extent, the core mindset appears to have reflected the style of those classic teams.

The Bills built a mammoth offensive line and drafted powerful running backs Willis McGahee and Marshawn Lynch to exercise their will ...

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