As if the Bills offense doesn't have enough worries these days, Terrell Owens says he's not a big fan of the new no-huddle attack.

"No, not really, but I gotta deal with it," the receiver said Wednesday in a conference call with members of the Patriots media.

Buffalo opens the regular season at New England on Monday.

Owens later added that the no-huddle is "all right," while noting it's been tiring him out after missing four weeks recovering from a sprained toe. The Bills offense is in flux after coordinator Turk Schonert was fired and starting left tackle Langston Walker released.

Owens told reporters in Orchard Park, N.Y., he's not worried about the rash of changes, adding he's confident the unit will be productive.