“The changes aren’t super simple,” said the veteran said. “We’re running the same plays that we did under G-Ro. It’s just that with Roman, we had a huge playbook and we could run absolutely anything from week-to-week. Anthony’s all about matchups… He played [in the NFL], so he knows matchups are huge.”
Buffalo’s offense has really made some strides in recent weeks and has helped them rattle off three straight wins.
- According to Albert Breer of the TheMMQB.com, Browns rookie QB Cody Kessler has a “very strong case” to keep the starting job for the remainder of the season, even when Josh McCown and Robert Griffin III are healthy enough to return.
- According to Albert Breer, the Ravens elected to hire Marc Trestman as their offensive coordinator a few years ago because he was able to convince HC John Harbaugh that he could run a reasonable facsimile of Gary Kubiak‘s offensive.
- However, the difference between the two ultimately came down to the fact that Kubiak’s offense is grounded in the running game while Trestman’s is more in line with the passing attack.
- The Ravens ultimately pulled the plug on Trestman after a disappointing Week 5 loss to the Redskins.