How does Mike Clay see the Buffalo Bills’ position groups ranking against the rest of the league?
We’ve taken a look at the game-by-game predictions and the season stat projections, but nothing has really set the Buffalo Bills ahead of anyone else. With a disappointing record prediction and no real breakout seasons from anyone, Mike Clay doesn’t see a very successful 2017 campaign for Buffalo.
That stayed true with the position group rankings. In fact, he only had one position group ranking in the top ten — defensive tackle.
Let me throw that tweet up one more time:
Here are his rankings:
QB – 16th in the NFL
HB – 11th in the NFL
WR – 27th in the NFL
TE – 29th in the NFL
OL – 13th in the NFL
DT – 6th in the NFL
DE – 29th in the NFL
LB – 25th in the NFL
CB – 26th in the NFL
S – 32nd in the NFL
Offense: 22nd in the NFL
Defense: 30th in the NFL
Team: 28th in the NFL
Not too much to be excited about here. Mike Clay isn’t really helping bring any optimism to the Buffalo Bills‘ 2017 season.
In my opinion, I think he is underestimating the cornerback group, defensive end group, wide receiver group and tight end group. I would rank the offense around the mid-point and the defense around 22nd in the league.
What do you think of Mike Clay’s predictions? What would you change? Let us know below!