Matt Breida’s speed has been mentioned by coaches and teammates as the main asset that he brings to the team. But he’s proving that his receiving ability could be the best way to unleash that speed.
The story said the Bills threw the ball 63-percent of the time in early-down, neutral game-script situations a year ago. They’re going to throw the football a lot. So the most useful running back on this team might be the one who can consistently make big plays in the passing game. Moss has made a few of those plays, and so has Breida. Running backs can be tough to judge at this stage in camp, but Breida should get a chance to show what he can do in the preseason, the story went on to say.