It seems there will never be an end for Terrell Owners and his need for drama. Now, after missing four weeks of practice due to a toe injury new Buffalo Bill Owners says he isn’t the biggest fan of the plan to use the no huddle offense. While it is still unclear if Owners is unhappy with the offense, his limited participation in it, or the fact that this offense is going to make him work hard, an unhappy Owens is something the Bills cannot afford right now.
During a press call with members of the press that cover the New England Patriots Owners made several comments about the offense that are somewhat hard to interpret. Of course the worst fear is this is the opening shot of an offensive by TO against his new team.
To be perfectly honest The Bills pre-season hasn’t exactly gone to plan. They recently fired Offensive Coordinator Turk Schnonert. Who immediately went to the press and accused Head Coach Dick Jauron of wanting a Pop Warner offense. Then the team cut LT Langston Walker as a move to help shake up the offense. In 15 pre-season possessions the starting offensive unit managed only three points.
Now the offense will be led by new OC Alex Van Pelt, who was a career back up QB in the NFL who played a large amount of his career with the Bills. The O line will be anchored by their two rookie draft picks, Eric Wood and Andy Levitre. Demetrius Bell will not start at LT after not playing a game in his rookie season.
This is not a recipe for victories or a recipe to keep a potential cancer like TO happy and content.