here's an article on the new look offence under new OC Steve Fairchild - one good thing for McGahee owners, they plan to involve him more as a receiver out of the backfield thus increasing his fantasy value somewhat.
http://www.buffalonews.com/editorial/20 ... 024591.asp
Fantasy Football: "Luck is where preparation meets opportunity"
The biggest offensive aspect of the bills is their line... Until that changes I don't see a new system mattering all that much. It's a necessity that McGahee be used as a safety valve on the swing for whatever quaterback is stuck in that submarine with a screen door of a line.
I gotta step in here on behalf of the hometeam......the offense will not suck as bad as last year, mark my words. There are 3 new starting lineman from last years starting unit, and perhaps more importantly, a coaching staff that doesn't have their head up their backside. McGahee will actually be on the field for 3rd downs this year, and is dropping weight to get his speed and edge back (Mularkey tried to turn him into a bowling bowl). And although Losman may have some growing pains, he is looking better in preseason, and has signficantly more upside than Holcomb. The Bills have perhaps the fastest starting threesome of WR's in football, so it would be incredibly stupid to play Holcomb who has no arm strength....