TAMPA, Fla. -- The Buffalo Bills aren't the only team that uses the no-huddle offense. They are the only team that uses it the way they do, though.
Every team in the NFL employs a two-minute, or hurry-up, offense. It is used at the end of the half or game in a usually frenetic attempt to reach the end zone. Teams line up in a passing offense with as many as four or five receivers.
The Bills, however, take it one step further. They use the no-huddle almost exclusively, and keep their regular offensive complement of skill players -- two running backs, two wide receivers and a tight end -- on the field.