It is incredibly hard to win in the NFL without stability at the quarterback position. The Buffalo Bills have three contenders who will stake their claim.
This year’s Buffalo Bills training camp will be much different than previous years. There is a significant number of young players looking for playing time. Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane are in year two of their “process” and they’re getting players that fit their system.
This will be known as the year of camp competition. There will be position battles, on both sides of the ball, that Bills fans should be paying attention to. I will be writing a series of articles, throughout the month of June, highlighting the four most important battles that will determine where the Bills land in the standings this upcoming year.
This article will be about the biggest camp battle of the year… THE QUARTERBACKS. The Bills have opted to not bring in a veteran starter in hopes that one of the unproven signal callers will step up during the competition.
Nathan Peterman and AJ McCarron each have had their crack at the number one spot during minicamp. Each has had good days, and each has had bad days. All of this is going on while the No. 7 overall pick, Josh Allen, is learning the offense more and more every day.
It will be a compelling battle that will force each of the three options to step up their game and take the position.
Let’s take a closer look at the quarterbacks….