Snyder sees area teams turning to the passing game more in 2013 than in recent years.
"There will be a lot of passing in the Kanawha Valley, and when Turner is on the field he is covered," he said. "Our competitors know he's a tough match, but that is where we will have a different approach to the game. We have Richardson back, and that adds an element of variety.
"An offensive lineup can be typical, but ours will be surprising, though we have a very tough schedule."
Winfield has not had a winning season since 2008, when the Generals moved to Class AAA.
Snyder said he sees a lot of potential with his offensive group and has big expectations for the bunch.
"This season we only have two goals: to make it to the playoffs and have a winning record," Snyder said. "We earn our title on the field and the competition will be surprised with what we have to bring."
Winfield opens its regular season at home on Aug. 30 against Woodrow Wilson. The Flying Eagles are one of six playoff teams on the Generals' schedule in 2013.