The Bills passing game may be struggling in camp because of similar reasons that made them so vertically challenged last year. Largely because of effective edge rushers (last year)/poor protection, but also because of scheme, obviously versus the infamous 3-4 defense. If my "reading comprehension" is up to par, most notes/threads/various 21st century media outlets I have tended, the Bills O has gone from "I can't believe this is a friggin dry practice" to "wow, we might have some fantasy sleepers". I hope the improvement is a result of learning to play against a 3-4, something they have struggled with in recent years. Can't help but think that practicing against a 3-4 defense 1-2 daily, doesn't improve the level of comfort and therefore confidence playing against 3-4's during the year. Yep, I know there many different kinds of 3-4's but at least it's more like fighting your cousin (don't laugh, saw it happen just the other day) than fighting the new kid from a tougher school. Not Brady and the boys, but improved because they see a 3-4 twice as many times as I drove to work this week, no way it doesn't help.