PITTSFORD, NY (WKBW) – As the Buffalo Bills went through their fourth practice of training camp at St. John Fisher College, they’ve reached the first “break” of camp. The players will have Monday off from practice, but that didn’t stop another important day of work on Sunday morning. First impressions are starting to be formed now that the pads are on, and we’ve seen some developments based on the first few days of practice.
With that written, my seven observations from Day 4 of Bills camp:
1) Tyrod off the mark
– Through the first three days of training camp, Tyrod was solid but unspectacular. There haven’t been many times where you notice the team’s starting quarterback for good or bad reasons. He was just kind of there… which can be explained by everyone on the offensive side of the ball trying to get acclimated to a new offensive scheme. That said, Taylor was just flat missing the things that he could control during Sunday’s practice. There were some throws, with only a minor degree of difficulty, that Taylor either through it behind his receiver, low, or making them contort their bodies against their route in order to bring it down. During a long training camp, not every day is going to be your best… sometimes you’re just a bit off. That was the case with a normally steady Taylor, who will need to put this practice behind him.
2) The Tre’ & Zay show
– Cornerback Tre’Davious White and wide receiver Zay Jones were not only the Bills first two picks in the 2017 NFL Draft, but on Sunday, they were two of the best players on the field for the Bills. White bounced back from a bit of a down day on…
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