it's impossible to say until we know who the offensive coordinator will be.While with the Bears, Jauron hired two OCs that were almost complete opposites in Gary Crowton and John Shoop. Jauron is a defensive coach so that will be where his impact will most likely be felt.I think the running game and defense will be the focus though. With a young QB (or old weak-armed QB) and the likely loss of Eric Moulds, McGahee simply has to be the focus of this offense or the team will have no chance. Hopefully, Marv Levy realizes this and makes improving the offensive line his #1 priority of the offseason.
Jauron needs a lot of help from the front office. This team has a lot of holes. Their O line has been a mess for quite sometime. Their QB situation is a large question mark. If Moulds leaves they'll still have some WR talent but much of it still somewhat unproven or developing. As for RB there's not much after McGahee. On defense they may lose Clement and Vincent, Milloy and Adams aren't getting any younger. A healthy Spikes will be a big plus and there are some nice pieces to build around but they did take a big step backwards in 2005.Jauron is a well respected guy (he's from this area and is well liked) but he first go round as a head coach in Chicago was nothing special. He deserves another chance but if the Bills front office doesn't upgrade the talent on this team he maybe doomed. This franchise has been stuck in neutral for awhile and the Donohoe years were not what they were cracked up to be....as for McGahee's value it's really too early to judge it. You have to see if the O line gets upgraded and what happens with the QB position. Jauron is a conservative coach so I'm sure he'd love to run a lot but the question is will he have the correct talent to do so.