The Bills new offensive coordinator, coming from Syracuse, is ready to turn around what could be described as a sub-par offensive. As we can anticipate, Hackett will be building a new offense around the one that was used in Syracuse. Hackett goes on to state in an interview with the AP…
“When I first got to Syracuse, Coach Marrone and I, we had had experience in so many different systems,” Hackett said. “So we kind of created this system from all the different systems we’ve done and we wanted it to be very multiple. You always want to be able to attack in certain (ways). You never want to limit yourself.”
This should be a good change in Buffalo. The Bills have been limited to a one dimensional passing attack that rarely has worked and a running game that is only seen in the first half of games or when they are running draws and screens. Added a multitude of levels to the offense will be complex but it will also provide the Bills with more of an optional play calling to bring in different aspects of many different formations and styles. This could fit for a lot of the players that are already on the team and certain formations and play calls could be situated for certain players. This will also be beneficial having a player like CJ Spiller on the team as well as Brad Smith that are versatile players and can play in a multitude of areas.
More on Hackett can be found here at Buffalobills.com.