Feb 23, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Clemson Tigers wide receiver Sammy Watkins participates in a pass catching drill during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Happy Sunday Everyone. Today we will look at a couple of stories that involve the Bills offense and Sammy Watkins, Keeping the Bills in Buffalo, and the coordinators assessing their squads.
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Step back and take a look. We get so hyped up about 1 or 2 players that we sometimes forget the pieces that have already been put into place. The argument of whether or not it was a good move to get Sammy Watkins given up two first round picks is a distraction of sorts. We need to look at the other moves made and the entire picture as well. Bryce Brown, Anthony Dixon, and Mike Williams were all brought in. Sammy Watkins drafted. Tony Moeaki, who is a talent when healthy is backing up Scott Chandler. The combination of C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson is one of the best if not the nest in the league. Last year EJ Manuel, Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin were all added to this offense. Don’t forget about T.J. Graham, who has big play talent that was drafted back in 2012. This is a talented young offense that is just ready to explode. Are all the pieces in place? I think so. [Fansided]
What will Bills fans do when it comes to their team? Just about anything.
"“It’s nothing personal,” said Charles Pellien, one of four fans who came up with the Bon Jovi boycott last month. “If Santa Claus was coming to Buffalo and telling us he was going to take our team to the North Pole, we would be boycotting Santa Claus.”"
Pellien said this in regards to Bon Jovi trying to move in and take the Bills to Toronto. Investors have begun to help out as well as an advisory board is in place to make the move our of Buffalo less likely, and show that it doesn’t need to happen. [AP]
Two separate OTAs have come to a close. The players as well as the coaches are getting back into the feel of things. Hackett knows that all eyes are on second year man, EJ Manuel and Manuel needs to figure out what the defense are coming up with to stop him and company. He needs to be able to recognize defenses and make a switch if need be. Defensively, Schwartz is looking to see who can perform under his new defensive scheme and states that this will dictate where they land on the depth chart. It is going to be an interesting year. [TWC News]