The Buffalo Bills have to undergo a major overhaul of the wide receiver position in 2019. There are plenty of options available.
The wide receiver position was a disaster for the Buffalo Bills throughout the 2018 season.
Things did start to improve at the end of the season, but it was clear that the team enters the offseason without a true number one receiver on the roster.
Zay Jones and Robert Foster should be locks to get regular playing time in 2019. Isaiah McKenzie has earned himself a roster spot, yet he could be pushed out of playing time if the team makes several good additions.
The problem in 2018 was continuing to rely on Kelvin Benjamin as that number one guy. It was clear right away that he would never be that guy in Buffalo. Yet when undertaking a rebuild, I suppose people who once had great potential get more leeway.
There are plenty of options available to improve the group, so we look at that and more in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.
Buffalo Bills News:
2019 Bills Roster Outlook: The wide receivers (BuffaLowDown, Stephen McCarthy)
The Bills have a large fortune to spend in free agency and a lot of draft capital. That should mean the team can find at least a few players to help the receiving corps.
Kyle Williams officially headed to the Pro Bowl (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
Some great offseason news it that Kyle Williams still has one more game to play before he officially retires. Maybe he will get a touchdown in this one.
Kyle Williams will play one more game, replacing Jurrell Casey in Pro Bowl (PFT, Charean Williams)
Some more information on Williams in the Pro Bowl. The game may not mean much to fans, but Bills fans now have a great reason to actually watch and not ignore the game on purpose.
Kyle Williams gets major boost in Madden 19 ratings (Bills Wire, Justin DiLoro)
We end today with some more Williams news.
He is getting a nice boost in his Madden rating as he appears on some of his final rosters in the game.