Tonawanda News — Bills defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt was the head coach in Miami when he hired Gailey.
"Offensive head coaches, they all talk about the running game in interviews, but very few of them really believe in it," Wannstedt said.
That doesn't apply to Gailey.
"There's no question, he's got a philosophy and knows what he's got to do," Wannstedt said.
Gailey favors a balanced approach, because a versatile attack works best to keep defense's honest.
"Even though you've got a spread offense, that doesn't mean you have to throw it every snap. You can still run it," Gailey said. "So we're just trying to find ways that we can still run the football and be successful. You've got to be balanced."