In a recent Q&A with The News' Vic Carucci, Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly said he hopes to sit down with Josh Allen during the offseason and "go over some things."
Perhaps Kelly will give the Buffalo Bills' new franchise quarterback some advice on running the no-huddle offense.
Buffalo had the least success of any NFL team on no-huddle plays last season, according to the analytics site SharpFootball.com.
"That’s no shock," Mark Gaughan writes for BNBlitz.com. "The Bills ranked near the bottom on offense just about every way you want to slice the numbers. Add it to the list of ways the Bills’ attack can look to improve in 2019."
Gaughan notes "Another noteworthy trend: The teams that drafted QBs in the first round all were among the least-successful no-huddle teams."
Bills re-sign core special teamer: Dion Lacey, 28, led the Bills in special teams snaps each of the past two seasons and has played in all 16 games each of the past two years. He was due to be an exclusive-rights free agent.
Karlos Williams conditionally reinstated: The 25-year-old Williams has been suspended by the NFL since March 2017 due to violation of the league’s substance abuse policy. The former Bill reportedly could be getting another chance.
Salary cap analysis: Who on the Bills' roster offers the best bang for the buck?
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