New Bills OC Nathaniel Hackett ran a fast-paced, no-huddle offense as Syracuse's offensive coordinator in 2012.
The offense is a modernized variation of the old Bills "K-Gun" attack, which was quarterbacked by Jim Kelly. Syracuse's 2012 offense ranked first in the Big East in total yards, third in points, third in rushing, and second in passing. "You've got to constantly move, move, move," Syracuse LT Justin Pugh described. "If you go out there and you're able to get the (defense) going nonstop, just going at them, going at them, it's going to wear them down."