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The Buffalo Bills New High Tempo Offense – Does This Bold Well For Tarvaris Jackson or Kevin Kolb?

We can assume for the Buffalo Bills the main stars we are looking out for are running back C.J. Spiller and wide receiver Stevie Johnson but after watching Doug Marrone’s press conference last week (April 18th) their may be a sleeper in the mix here. For most leagues who play a single quarterback theirs plenty to go around but for those double QB leagues Tarvaris Jackson may be a decent roster stash late in the draft or a top scout team addition. Doug Marrone continually preached about a high tempo offense and OTA drills which we can only anticipate will be a package set for the skills of Jackson rather then Kolb.

Although being a journeyman quarterback for most of his career Jackson may have the right package set in Buffalo to not only be a productive NFL quarterback in 2013 but also a decent fantasy play with the weapons around him. With a new fresh start all around him he has alot to prove but we all like the underdog story.

This thursday during the NFL draft will let us know what direction Buffalo is going towards but with this mindset already in place for a high tempo, quick drop back style of offense Tarvaris may have finally found a home on the football field and also on a few fantasy owners rosters.

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Chief Network Admin for SundaysAreForFootball.com Nick is also a fantasy football veteran starting his game back in 1999. SundaysAreForFootball.com was originally created and intended to be a spot for rants and raves but has grown into a fantasy community providing owners rankings,projections, and team advice through print and radio/podcast outlets. Nick is a true NY Jets, Yankees, Rangers, Knicks fan.

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