Bills Comprehensive Offseason Guide

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One Shocking Move the Bills could make in free agency in 2015

Justin Houston OLB 8 year 104 million 56 million guaranteed
2015 10 million 2016 11 million 2017 11 million 2018 10 million 2019 12 million 2020 16 million 2021 18 million 2022 16 million
plus 2016 2017 first rounder’s
Justin Houston presents the same opportunity that now hall of fame was presented with in

Dec 28, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston (50) goes past tackle Willie Smith (69) to sack San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

1989. Give up two first round picks for an elite pass rusher who will make your defensive unit on that will command dominance in the division and the entire NFL. Houston is an animal of a pass rusher who almost last season broke the all time sack record held by Michael Strahan. Imagine what he could do on the best pass rushing line in all of football under the best defensive mind in football today. Houston would most definitely break the sack record and set one so astronomical it may never be broken. This is the reason why the Bills should give up two future first because building on a strength is always better than lowering to a weakness. Now the Chiefs have right of first refusal however an extremely large contract like the one stated above would push them over the cap and would cripple any other free agents they had in mind. While the Bills sit pretty with enough cap to make a difference. Also I think it would be wise of Doug Whaley to approach some of the senior members of the team, the ones who have larger contracts and ask them to renegotiate a little of their contracts so that the Bills Can build a Super Bowl contender. This will free up cap space for the Bills to get some quality free agents and resign our own personal.

Trading Period Begins at 1pm
Three Players the Bills should target in Trades

Nov 9, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson (83) runs with the ball as Atlanta Falcons cornerback Desmond Trufant (21) defends during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Atlanta Falcons defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27-17. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Nick Foles
Calvin Johnson
Vincent Jackson