Let the Buffalo Bills' offense do what they're best at
In the Buccaneers game, Josh Allen playing free in the up-tempo offense was the best the offense has operated since the Dolphins game. The offense was able to put up 24 points until being abandoned later in the second half.
The offense went back to their up-tempo in their first drive against the Bengals, resulting in a 9-play, 85-yard touchdown drive. Since then, Ken Dorsey seemed to have abandoned that style due to "crowd noise becoming a factor", and to have the offense perform in a "smart, efficient and effective way" as he would say in Monday's press conference.
However, when the offense abandoned that, there was almost no rhythm due to inconsistent playcalling. Not all of it is on Dorsey as the offensive line struggled at times and many players weren't on the same page, including Allen, who didn't play great in this game. Yet, the offense did fall victim to some questionable and missed calls from the refs before the half, which could've been the difference with 3 or 7 points.
Regardless, the Bills would have to regroup offensively, and in the second half, the offense was moving thanks to more of the up-tempo offense coming back to life and letting Allen be a dual threat. The offense operated best this way and should it up if they want to see success, especially against a weak Broncos defense.
The offense should look to score as many points as possible to give themselves a bit of a rebound week and have some confidence flow through players and coaches going forward. The best way to do this is to stick to what's been working and not to abandon it, or in other words, keep your foot on the gas.