The Buffalo Bills had a solid start to the preseason and are back at it again this Friday. That and more in today’s Morning Charge.
A new week begins and that means another week with Buffalo Bills football. It sure is nice to be back in the swing of things.
The Bills are set to take on Tyrod Taylor and the Cleveland Browns this Friday. The main storyline is Taylor going up against his old team but since it is the preseason, the magnitude of the moment won’t be as great. Similar to the way the Kelvin Benjamin-Cam Newton beef wasn’t as big as it could have been.
The real storyline to focus on is the Bills quarterback battle. Nathan Peterman started the preseason opener and continues to get a lot of work with the first-team in practice. AJ McCarron still has a fair shot to start but if Peterman continues at his current pace he may be the starter come Week 1. That would be quite the redemption story.
Everyone is excited about the next game so let’s look at the latest news surrounding the Bills in a Monday edition of The Morning Charge. Friday should be here before we know it.
Buffalo Bills News:
The Kelvin Benjamin-Cam Newton feud should die down (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
As mentioned above, this feud may not be able to pick up steam as the two teams won’t meet up again in the regular season. But it sure was an interesting side storyline to follow last Thursday and hopefully it will inspire Benjamin to have a big season.
Bills ranked No. 23 overall in latest NFL Spin Zone power rankings (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
The power rankings continue and the Bills still remain near that bottom. That won’t change until the regular season begins and the Bills hopefully get off to a hot start.
Injury updates: McCarron, Peterman to practice Monday (Bills Wire, Nick Wojton)
Both quarterbacks were banged up on Sunday but neither was injured enough to be held out of practice.
Bills’ quarterback rotation continues Sunday; Allen’s reps increase (WGR 550, Sal Capaccio)
And finally, some updates from Bills camp as the team prepares for Friday and the position battles continue to heat up in intensity.