Stevie Johnson has seen enough from the Buffalo Bills' streaky offense to call for changes at the highest level.
"How I see it, I think we need to let our quarterback (Ryan Fitzpatrick) call these plays," Johnson told The Buffalo News after a 20-13 loss to the Indianapolis Colts dropped the Bills to 4-7. "He's out there on the field. He sees the adjustments that need to be done. I think we just need to let him make adjustments on the go. I think that's the way we can move the ball better.
"He did it a little bit in the game, and we moved the ball. ... He was hitting C.J. (Spiller), getting his run plays, doing the pass plays, and I just think we should do it more often."
Spiller -- and how he has been used in Buffalo this season -- has led to some frustration. Gailey finally leaned more heavily on his electric running back Sunday, but Spiller refused to touch the subject of his coach's play-calling abilities.
"Everybody's entitled to their own opinion," Spiller said. "I'm not going to even get into 'Coach Gailey is calling the wrong plays.' "
The Bills repeatedly tested the Colts deep, something we haven't seen much of in 2012. Johnson said it was Fitzpatrick who dialed up a 63-yard bomb to the wideout. Johnson would like to see more of those plays, not less, but publicly calling out Gailey wasn't a great call, either.
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