The Buffalo Bills enter 2019 with a ton of experience in the quarterback room. That is a major upgrade from what we saw last year.
It is crazy to look back at how the Buffalo Bills assembled the current quarterback depth chart.
Josh Allen is at the top after months of speculation last year about who the team would select in the draft.
Derek Anderson is next in line after coming to town as a mentor and then being an emergency starter, once again due to injuries and terrible play by Mr. Peterman.
I guess it doesn’t matter how it happens as long as it does.
The Bills now have two accomplished and intelligent veteran quarterbacks who can teach Allen all offseason. Barkley is also capable of stepping in and providing competent play if needed, as we saw in his lone start with the Bills.
Having all three guys in place this early in the year is a relief after last year when the only constant was Peterman. The team doesn’t have to worry about the position at all in 2019 and fans don’t have to spend the next three months screaming at each other about which quarterback the team should draft.
We look at the quarterback news and more in this Friday edition of The Morning Charge. Happy weekend! I know I need it.
Buffalo Bills News:
Confidence level in the QB position in 2019 (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
ESPN.com released a confidence index for the quarterback situations of every NFL team. The Bills appeared near the bottom but it is clear that things are better than they were a year ago.
Back to the defense in latest FanSided 2019 mock draft (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
The Bills have the quarterback situation taken care of, opening up the rest of the roster for improvement via the 2019 NFL Draft. This latest mock draft sees the Bills improving on defense.
Nathan Peterman skewered by NFL defenders in survey (Buffalo Rumblings, Matt Warren)
A recent survey given to NFL defenders provided some interesting results when it came to quarterbacks around the league.
Bills ignored a chance to bring back Frank Reich as HC (Bills Wire, Justin DiLoro)
Oh what could have been.
It appears some former Bills were pushing for Frank Reich to be the head coach when the job was open a few years ago. Instead, the front office went with Rex Ryan.