PITTSFORD, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills offense has come a long way since this time last year.
It's now year two under head coach Chan Gailey. There is also no question about who is the starting quarterback.
Ryan Fitzpatrick found out last year that he has a lot of weapons to get the ball to, heading into the season and Saturday night’s pre-season opener at the Chicago Bears.
"It's definitely more crisp at this point, and there's still some things we need to work on, some particular throws and just understanding each other, and that comes with more time,” says Fitzpatrick. “We've taken a step in the right direction the last few days, just in terms of the timing of the throws and guys out there making plays."