Chan Gailey refuses to be pigeon-holed as a pass-first coach just because he's introduced several fancy four-receiver spread formations to the Buffalo Bills repertoire.
Gailey still has plenty of old-school throwback in him to appreciate a good ground attack. If he had his druthers, Gailey would call a run every chance he had.
''Every snap,'' Gailey said Wednesday.
That's not going to happen, of course, so there should be no worries about the wishbone making a comeback any time soon.
What shouldn't come as a surprise is how Gailey has the Bills offense up and running two games into the season, even minus injured workhorse Fred Jackson. C.J. Spiller hasn't missed a step with a league-leading 292 yards rushing.
The Bills (1-1) travel to play Cleveland (0-2) on Sunday.