Buffalo Bills: Thoughts on the second episode of ‘Embedded’

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The latest episode of ‘Buffalo Bills: Embedded’ gave fans a look at some of the leaders on defense, along with some other fun moments.

The Buffalo Bills are giving fans a closer look at the team in 2018 via Buffalo Bills ‘Embedded,’ and the second episode premiered Wednesday night on Facebook.

This episode focused specifically on the defense, going position-by-position to highlight the top players. It was a short episode, less than 15 minutes, but there was plenty to be excited about when watching.

As I stated last week, this show is not Hard Knocks by any means. It only highlights the positives and essentially serves as a promotional tool for the upcoming season. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t get fans excited.

For those who didn’t watch, the episode is currently on Facebook and can be found on the team’s official page.

This latest episode showed Kyle Williams‘ leadership, which included bringing a food truck to camp for his teammates. Free food is clearly the key to everyone’s heart from college students to professional football players and everyone in between.

We also heard some personal words from Trent Murphy as he is trying to return to action after missing all of last season. The problem with Murphy is that he still hasn’t been able to stay healthy in Buffalo.

We also got to see a fun interaction between members of the secondary and learned more about how the coaching staff views first-round pick Tremaine Edmunds.

Next. Determining AJ McCarron’s chances of starting Week 1. dark

I’m assuming next week will give fans a view of the offense. This series is short and sweet and is highlighting all the positives about this Bills team leading up to the 2018 season. And there is nothing wrong with that. Fans would likely prefer some uplifting, positive messages as opposed to some of the drama Browns fans are seeing on Hard Knocks.