The quarterback position is one that has seen no changes from the 2018 season, with all three guys returning for another season in Upstate New York.
The biggest change is who will be the team’s starter from week one – with sophomore Josh Allen looking to start the 2019 season the way 2018 ended.
Allen made large strides as the Buffalo Bills’ starter last season, with a 5-6-0 record, 2074 yards through the air with 10 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
While those stats are not spectacular, Allen added another 631 yards and eight touchdowns on the ground – helping the team finish with the ninth-best rushing offence in the league.
Behind him will be veterans Matt Barkley and Derek Anderson, with the Buffalo Bills opting to carry three QBs to ensure solid depth and a good group of players able to bounce ideas off each other for the benefit of the team.
Allen should make further strides in his second year in the league, with his supporting cast being significantly upgraded before the draft has even begun.