Buffalo Bills: 4 potential options to tackle their wide receiver problem

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Cole Beasley #10 of the Buffalo Bills signs autographs after a preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts at New Era Field on August 08, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)

Let’s face it. The Buffalo Bills have a glaring hole at wide receiver. What can they do over the coming offseason to address this issue?

For years now, the Buffalo Bills have been after one thing; an elite wide receiver. In 2017, they brokered a deal for Kelvin Benjamin. That didn’t work out.

They tried to slide in and acquire the services of Antonio Brown after his exodus in Oakland. All that resulted in was some pretty funny memes and a still glaring positional fault.

During the regular season, Buffalo’s passing yards per game ranked 26th in the league at 201.8 yds/g with John Brown leading the way with 1,060 receiving yards, The next closest was Cole Beasley with 778 yards followed by Dawson Knox who had 388 yards.

Outside of Brown and even Beasley, the Bills have obvious holes in their offense that don’t have many internal options to improve.

With the third-most cap space in the league, an all-world defence and stability at the quarterback position, however, the time seems right to really address the receiving corps. Here are four feasible ways the Bills can improve at WR, and one half-baked idea that I feel I am compelled to include.

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