ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - Thanks to a minor knee procedure that kept him out for half the preseason, Bills rookie QB EJ Manuel had a chance to see the field from a different perspective.
His coaches had Manuel sit in the booth alongside offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett for a preseason game, trying to allow him to see the game as the coaches see it.
"It was interesting because we discussed it’s a pretty good way to train a young guy so he can see what everybody else is seeing so when he gets fed the information he knows ‘Ok, yeah. This is what the coaches are seeing up there,'" said Head Coach Doug Marrone.
"I definitely have the perspective of seeing how Coach Hackett reacts to things up in the box," said Manuel. "He stays the same way, same relaxed guy that still calls good plays."
The Bills open the season Sunday at 1pm against New England.
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