Buffalo Bills Circling The Wagons: MarQueis Gray, Quarterbacks


We all know that the Buffalo Bills have a quarterback situation and no being of the good kind, but is it really the worst situation in the entire NFL?  That I don’t know about, but one reporter believes it is.

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Off-field bond helps fuel Bills D-Line on-field production

"Rosters turn over quickly in the National Football League.  Whether it’s through free agency, a player being released, another being added, the rare trade, or even retirement, players are used to a revolving door of teammates.  More than a couple years of the same starters in one position group playing with each other is more of the exception than the rule in today’s league.  It’s going on year three now for the Bills core defensive line playing with each other.  And if Marcell Dareus gets the extension most are expecting, it could last a lot longer, too.Counting 3-4 outside linebackers as defensive linemen, the Bills have a remarkable eight DL who are going to be playing with each other for at least the third year in a row once training camp begins July 31 in Rochester.  Of those eight, half of them will be teammates for a fourth straight year, something not too common in 2015."

Hopes are downfield for Bills receiver Holley

"Caleb Holley studies depth charts around the NFL. He has to. As a second-year receiver on the bubble, his football livelihood depends on it.And after sifting through all these stables of wide receivers, he’s convinced the Buffalo Bills’ group is the best.“I don’t see another receiving corps as good as this one,” Holley said. “This receiving corps is tough.”The 6-foot-2, 200-pound hopeful from East Central (Okla.) doesn’t stop there. He thinks he can fit into the plans, too."

MMQB: Buffalo Bills have the worst QB situation