Up-tempo attack had Bills' offense rolling against Miami

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Up-tempo attack had Bills' offense rolling against Miami
Up-tempo attack had Bills' offense rolling against Miami

The Buffalo Bills' offense looked different Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, partly because it stayed the same. The Bills stuck primarily with the same five skill players around quarterback Josh Allen and the starting offensive line, using running back Devin Singletary, tight end Dawson Knox and wide receivers John Brown, Cole Beasley and Isaiah McKenzie. Each of those players was in for at least 70% of the offensive snaps. “I think some of the no-huddle stuff,” offensive coordinator Brian Daboll said, explaining the reduced substitutions. “Again, there are a couple of ways to game plan. Obviously, you'd like to try to use as many guys as you can use, but if you're going up-tempo and rhythm

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