The Buffalo Bills released an unofficial depth chart which means some fans will overreact. That and more in today’s Morning Charge.
The Buffalo Bills open the preseason in two days and that means it is time for the first depth chart of the season, even if it is considered to be unofficial.
All the talk has been about the quarterbacks and it seems the competition is still too close to call. See for yourself:
These unofficial depth charts come out every year and honestly don’t mean much. It just gives fans, and the players, a general idea of where everyone stands before the preseason begins.
While the quarterback position is listed as a tie, the same goes for the center position. This is what the preseason is for. Players get to prove themselves and earn starting jobs. There is no need to know the entire starting lineup at the start of August.
New Bills receiver Corey Coleman is listed at the bottom of the depth chart because he just joined the team, but he is a player who will swiftly move up the ranks. Perhaps the same will be true for Josh Allen.
We look at this and more in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.
Buffalo Bills News:
The price for Corey Coleman makes the trade even better (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
The Browns gave up on Corey Coleman, a 2016 first-round pick, after two years. He now has a chance to prove himself in Buffalo and all it costed was a seventh-round pick.
Previewing fantasy options in the Crow Worthy Podcast (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
Our Matt Karas recently appeared on a podcast to talk about Bills fantasy options in 2018. Be sure to check this out if you haven’t done so already. Nothing wrong with listening to a podcast at work when you have to pretend to actually be working.
Zay Jones “just trying to look forward” after offseason (PFT, Darin Gantt)
A look at another Bills receiver who has a lot to prove in his second year with the team. He shared some thoughts about his offseason.
Bills keep position battles a secret in first unofficial 2018 depth chart (Bills Wire, Nick Wojton)
And finally, another take on the first unofficial depth chart of the season. I’m sure the hot takes are flowing all over Buffalo today about every position on the roster.