Buffalo Bills News: Memorable moments from the 2018 season

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The 2018 Buffalo Bills season did not feature overwhelming success, but there were still plenty of memorable moments to talk about.

Remember when the Buffalo Bills came out of halftime and Vontae Davis retired?

Or when AJ McCarron showed up expecting to be the starting quarterback, only to open the season as a member of the Oakland Raiders?

So much happened it is easy to forget some of the smaller things that took place throughout the season.

I still can’t believe Davis retired at halftime. And I’ll be honest, I forgot about it until someone tweeted about it. That’s how much happened in 2018.

The Bills are in good hands with Brandon Beane at the helm. He has a huge offseason in front of him after a year filled with countless ups and downs.

There is plenty to talk about in 2019, and 2018 won’t be remembered for much in the grand scheme of things. Hopefully it is only remembered as the first season of a legendary career for Josh Allen.

The news cycle is a bit slow now, but we know that could change in an instant. For now, here is the latest news surrounding the Bills in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

3 things from 2018 you may have forgotten about (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

This article looks at a few things fans may have forgotten about from the 2018 season. Naturally, I had to include the Davis retirement. I’m surprised his teammates kept their comments so civil.

A different type of style at head coach (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

The hot new trend in the NFL is to a hire a head coach who is young and who employs some exotic schemes on offense. The Bills are opting for a different method.

Offensive line coach Sean Kugler heading to Tampa Bay Buccaneers, not Buffalo Bills (Buffalo Rumblings, Matt Warren)

The Bills need an offensive line coach and one candidate is no longer available. Oh well, time to keep the search going.

Want a new Bills stadium? Here’s your chance to voice your opinion (NYup.com, Matt Parrino)

The Bills are tossing around ideas of a new stadium.

Be sure to take the survey and make your voice heard.