The Buffalo Bills could use some upgrades all over the roster, including at a position that fans may already feel comfortable about.
What a Championship Sunday that was.
I know Buffalo Bills fans are itching for the chance to overcome the New England Patriots and end that team’s run atop the AFC. Hopefully that day comes soon.
For now Bills fans are focusing on what will happen this offseason to improve the roster.
This weekend saw us here at BuffaLowDown offer up several positions that could use improvements in 2019.
The obvious choices are the offensive line, wide receivers and pass-rushers. Yet everywhere on the roster, outside of quarterback, could use an upgrade. That includes the cornerback position. There is never a problem with having too much talent in the secondary.
That was included in the coverage on the site and is a great read, in case you missed it, which is a much better option than watching all the Patriots coverage. If they continue to say they are underdogs I’m going to lose my mind.
Let’s take a look at the latest Bills news in a Monday edition of The Morning Charge.
Buffalo Bills News:
Bills: Veteran cornerback free-agent focus (BuffaLowDown, Daniel Hahn)
The Bills have plenty of money to spend and a small chunk of that can go toward adding some more talent in the secondary. The options in free agency are rather intriguing.
Adding an offensive lineman in Daniel Jeremiah mock draft (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
Another week means another mock draft. This time we look at one from Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com.
MRI shows Jim Kelly is cancer free (PFT, Michael David Smith)
This is by far the best Bills-related news to come out since the season ended. Jim Kelly can celebrate this great news by having a fun time at the Pro Bowl in Orlando as an AFC captain.
Bills may promote Chad Hall in search for wide receivers coach, per report (Buffalo Rumblings, Matt Warren)
We end today with some Bills coaching staff news.
The recent hires are a great start, but the team still has more work to do in order to make the staff stronger in 2019.