The Buffalo Bills have continued to bolster their offense with a number of important free agent signings over the past two days.
The 2018 Buffalo Bills had a disappointing showing from their offence, and general manager Brandon Beane has looked at free agency as a way to solve this issue.
The Bills ranked 30th in average points per game (16.8), 30th in total yards per game (298.6) and 31st in passing yards per game (174.6), with a ninth-ranked rushing offense the only saving grace for the team.
Young quarterback Josh Allen stepped up when called upon in 2018, but his development needs some new pieces around him to truly help him settle in the NFL.
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But the Bills know they need to add more pieces to truly improve their offense, with three new offensive players set to sign with the team after 4 pm ET on Wednesday.
Wide receiver John Brown, formerly of the Baltimore Ravens and Arizona Cardinals, is a guy who can help bolster a thin receiver corps in 2019.
In 72 career games in the NFL, 42 of them as a starter, Brown has 22 touchdowns and 3,230 receiving yards.
With Allen showing a willingness and talent for running the ball, giving him options through the air can only benefit the Buffalo Bills in 2019.
But only if their young signal caller is given adequate protection in the pocket – something he didn’t receive last season.
Morse is a surefire starter for the Bills, giving the team an immediate upgrade at center, but the team still has concerns elsewhere along the trenches.
Nsekhe is an underrated player who has had flashes of true comfort in the NFL, as well as having the flexibility to play anywhere along the offensive line.
The former Redskins backup could become an immediate starter for the Bills, most likely at right tackle.
Feliciano also has a legitimate shot at being a day-one starter in Upstate New York, most likely filling in nicely at one of the guard positions for the team.
Addressing the team’s offense in such a heavy way will be a big boost to Sean McDermott‘s team, with the moves along the o-line arguably being the most sensible of them all.
The Buffalo Bills might be done in free agency with so many new faces on board for 2019, allowing the team to turn their attention to the draft.
The team’s moves in free agency could see them look to address their defensive line in the draft, with Ed Oliver one name that crops up in mock drafts.
What do you think Bills Mafia? What are your thoughts on the team’s moves in free agency? Are you pleased with how aggressive they have been? Let us know in the comments below.