In previous season Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards checked down to hid running backs and tight ends a lot, which hurt the offense.
However, this year is different and this reporter wonders if goof things are going to come from Edwards this year.
Edwards yesteday barely threw to his running backs or tight ends and on one occasion the play was a screen pass.
Last year Edwards was content on getting the football to the most open person in order to gain any amount of yards.
This year it is make sure there is nothing down the field at all and then dump it off to the running backs.
What is also helping is that the Bills under head coach Chan Gailey are using a lot of multiple receiver sets and play action on all three downs, which is opening up some options down the field.
Last year the Bills only used multiple wide receiver sets on third downs early in games.
Also, they rarely used play action pass, which freezes linebackers and cornerbacks for a second as they have to honor the run. That creates some separation.
In the end, it looks like the problem was Jauron meddling with the offense, and not Edwards.