Halfway through the preseason, these are our projections for the Buffalo Bills 53-man roster entering the regular season.
The preseason is halfway over for the Buffalo Bills after a 24-16 victory over the Indianapolis Colts and a 27-14 road win over the Carolina Panthers. This leaves the coaching staff only two more games to evaluate this roster as they begin to make cuts down to the league mandated 53-man roster ahead of the regular season.
At this point in the preseason, it feels like there isn’t much uncertainty about what this roster could look like. While the team has a lot of depth at key positions, based on performances so far there seems to be a clear line of who will be making the roster and who is on the outside looking in.
This is different than in year’s past as it seems there was more training camp battle and depth chart shifts. One reason for this could be that this is one of the more talented rosters the Buffalo Bills have had in quite some time. This is our attempt at what the 53 man roster will look like to open the regular season at the halfway point in preseason.