Buffalo Bills News: The offseason is officially here

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Buffalo Bills fans had a rough Super Bowl viewing experience on Sunday. Alas, the real offseason is finally here now that the games are behind us.

There is nothing worse for Buffalo Bills fans than seeing the New England Patriots win yet another Super Bowl.

At least it serves as motivation.

The Patriots are champions once again after the Los Angeles Rams laid an egg on Sunday night. I’m sure New Orleans Saints fans aren’t mad at all. Only joking.

As much as it pains Bills fans to see the Patriots win again, today marks the true beginning of the offseason and that means no more football until the preseason begins in August. And that barely counts, so we have until September until there is another meaningful football game.

The Sabres aren’t exactly making that time off much better as of late.

The lack of actual games means we will be in full free agency and mock draft mode until we reach May.

Let’s start the first full week without football with a look at the latest Bills news in a Monday edition of The Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

The 2018 home games ranked by watchability (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

The Bills had some great games at New Era Field in 2018. There were also some major duds. We ranked them all from worst to first.

8 pending free agents Bills should watch in Super Bowl LIII (Bills Wire, Nick Wojton)

Both the Rams and the Patriots have players who will be hitting free agency this offseason. Perhaps the Bills could add some Super Bowl experience to the roster in 2019.

Bills hire Ken Dorsey as quarterbacks coach, name Chad Hall wide receivers coach (Bills.com, Chris Brown)

The Bills made some changes to the coaching staff over the weekend. In case you missed it with all the Super Bowl coverage clogging the headlines.

Josh Allen challenges Patrick Mahomes to see who can throw a football farther (Buffalo Rumblings, Matt Warren)

Some fun news from over the weekend.

I would love to see this happen, specifically in a game with Allen launching a touchdown to take down Mahomes and the Chiefs. Perhaps to reach the Super Bowl.