Using Roman as a scapegoat for an O unit that was slow coming out of the gate after Ryan himself made the call for reduced reps during preseason shows how bad the team was handled IMO.
The Bills ranked dead last in passing attempts per game average (below 30) in the NFL which translates to being dead last in most passing categories.
Running the ball well in the NFL is good , but not at the expense of the passing game in my humble opinion.
Why can't I? Roman's offense got stale at the end of 2015 and remained that way in the beginning of 2016 then he got fired.
The offense under A Lynn started to perform better for a while until it then again fell flat.
Am I supposed to say : OK It's a Tyrod's fault? Or is it part Tyrod and part play calling part player talent? I choose the latter.
Yes, closer to "very little."
Rex called TO's. But the bulk of the offensive responsibility was on Roman and Lynn. And while it's easy to make the lazy "inexperienced" remark about Lynn, his performance as OC helped him get a HC position.
Rex hiring Roman doesn't mean he "coached" TT.
Rex Ryan's defenses have always been risky, attacking defenses designed to either get a sack/TO or give up a play. If you want to argue that his defensive personality seeped into the O, I'd like to know why you think so.
It's not like Roman's system was way different before he came to Buffalo. He was always running a complex run heavy offense that controlled the clock and barely passed. He ran the exact same offense in San Fran. There was virtually no difference with Rex Ryan or Jim Harbaugh.
The inexperienced remark was because it was true.
As to whether A Lynn is good, we'll see in a year or 2.
we all saw that Rex was bad before 2 full seasons.
I'm not wishing A Lynn ill will, I just don't know how "good" he is.