Dec 22, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore (24) during a game against the Miami Dolphins at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Buffalo beats Miami 19 to 0. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Circling the Wagons: Stephon Gilmore, Jeff Tuel

Happy Hump-Day Everyone! Here are your Buffalo Bills Daily Links.

What are the top five questions that come to mind for the upcoming season and the Buffalo Bills? Mike Florio from Pro Football Talk asked and answered what he thought were the five pressing questions surrounding the Bills and the upcoming season.  [Pro Football Talk]

All over social media we see the EJ Manuel to Sammy Watkins connections and deep throws that occurred during 7-7 drills and the hype was there.  The Bills toted full pads for the first time on Tuesday morning during their practice and the realistic view of the Bills began to set in.  Five sacks were counted and accuracy seemed to go out the window.  The offensive line struggles to say the least. [ESPN]

One position battle that we really didn’t look at earlier was the back-up quarterback position.  Jeff Tuel, coming into his second year, is beginning to challenge Thad Lewis for the back-up spot.  Last year I noticed that Tuel had a good ball, but was raw and lacked the experience and coaching.  With another year under his belt, could the Sophomore move ahead of the plug and play Lewis from last year? [WGR 550]

Stephon Gilmore has the approval of Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, and a bold statement made by King was that the former 10th overall pick will make the Pro Bowl this year.  Stephon Gilmore did miss 5 games last year, but says he feels fully healthy and hasn’t shown any issues so far in camp.  With the departure of Jairus Byrd, this is Gilmore’s time to shine.  [Syracuse.com]

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Tags: Buffalo Bills EJ Manuel Jeff Tuel Peter King Sammy Watkins Stephon Gilmore Thad Lewis

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