Buffalo Bills: Time to Pull the Plug on Brad Smith’s Wildcat

September 29, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Buffalo Bills brought Brad Smith to their team to make plays. But in reality, they are wasting Smith's talents and keeping him from being productive.
The first step in being able to be a playmaker is being on the field. Through the first three weeks, Smith has four rushing attempts and one reception. His five combined offensive touches only add up to 37 total yards.
Enough is enough.
The coaches worked out Smith as a quarterback throughout the preseason, but he will never be a pocket passer. Through 19 career games with Buffalo, he has thrown one pass, which came in his debut. Chances are he won't be a gunslinger any time soon. There has been more than enough time to create a special package for Smith.
At the end of the day, Smith is simply a question mark. He has four carries for 11 yards this year. If the Bills want to give Smith carries, are they willing to take away carries from C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson and even Tashard Choice? Probably not.
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