The Buffalo Bills went all-in with free agency, making huge upgrades to an offence that ranked poorly in the 2018 season.
The Buffalo Bills added eight new players to their roster this week, with seven of them being offensive acquisitions after the team struggled to a 6-10 record last season.
On route to just six regular-season victories, the Bills relied heavily on the legs of rookie quarterback Josh Allen – with little else of the offence performing as expected.
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The ninth-ranked rushing offence last season was the only saving grace for the team, who needed to make a number of moves if they hope to compete in the AFC East again – with the New York Jets recently adding a legitimate game-changer in Le’Veon Bell.
General manager Brandon Beane’s aggressive approach to free agency will see the Bills enter the 2019 season with a drastically different offence, breeding new hope for the team.
With many new additions to the team, we take a look at what the Buffalo Bills offence could look like after their recent free agency frenzy.