"I don't think that slows us down," Woods said. "During this time period we're able to work with each and every quarterback that we have here. So the timing will be there. It's going to make each quarterback better to have to make every throw because if you don't the next one will and that's great for this team. They have to understand the offense, understand the players, and get this offense going. But I think with the new additions it won't be too hard."
Offensive coordinator Greg Roman guides a run-first offense, while coach Rex Ryan's offensive motto has always been: run, run, run and then run again. Given the run-first focus coupled with the additions of Harvin and Clay, and Sammy Watkins' expected growth in Year 2, Woods could see a steep downturn in targets this season.
With all the talent on offense and one of the best defensive fronts in the NFL, the expectation from the Bills is singular:
The fate of that expectation lies in whether the Bills can coax quality quarterback play out of one of their middling options.