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Buffalo’s Best: ’08’s Most Potent Plays and How They’ll Be Tweaked in ’09

Published by on May 27, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

In 2008, the Buffalo Bills showed glimmers of hope offensively. Trent Edwards matured, but didn't play well enough for the Bills to win the big games, or any AFC East battles for that matter.

They used five go-to plays in crucial situations. Let's get a look at those plays, and how the team will employ them with a new twist in 2009, due to the array of talent on offense.


1. Play-action Bootleg, TE block-and-go

Used mainly on 3rd-and-short situations out of the single back or strong I formation, this was the Bills favorite, and probably most successful play last season. Not drawn up to accumulate big chunks of yardage, the play-action bootleg guarantees at least five yards.

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