New Bills coach Doug Marrone's Syracuse offenses finished with more rushing than pass attempts in each of Marrone's four seasons as head coach.
Running more than passing is essentially unheard of in the NFL. It's more common in college, but still a strong indication that Marrone is a run-first offensive mind. Nathaniel Hackett, now Buffalo's offensive coordinator, was on staff for three of those years. During Marrone's tenure, the Orange averaged just 401.5 pass attempts per year compared to 465 runs. This could be great news for C.J. Spiller. Find more nuggets like this in Evan Silva's Post-Season Top-150 fantasy rankings, available at the link below.