Greg Roman has shown he can draw up opening drives with the best of 'em the past two weeks.
The Buffalo Bills' offensive coordinator scripted a perfect opening drive for the second straight game as the Bills took a 7-0 lead over the Miami Dolphins on their first possession Sunday inside Sun Life Stadium.
Quarterback Tyrod Taylor was flawless on the drive, going 5 of 5 for 77 yards and a touchdown on the drive. Taylor used his mobility perfectly, rolling to his right or left to find throwing lanes. Perhaps the sweetet play call by Roman was a misdirection in which receiver Robert Woods went in motion right while Taylor and the offensive line went left. Taylor threw back to Woods, who picked up 16 yards.
Sweet revenge: That went to tight end Charles Clay, the former Dolphin, who won't soon forget the first drive against his former team. Clay caught three passes for 58 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown pass to cap the drive. On the play, he made three separate Miami tacklers miss.
New position: Defensive tackle Kyle Williams checked into the game at tight end on the Bills' second drive, serving as a blocker. The run by Boobie Dixon went for no gain.