Buffalo Bills: Creating the blueprint for the perfect offseason
This is the blueprint for what a perfect offseason would look like for the Buffalo Bills.
Since Sean McDermott has taken over as head coach, the Buffalo Bills have gone through a culture change and the tag line has been to “Trust the Process.” The fans have been able to buy in because they have seen positive results over the past three years, which has included two trips to the postseason.
During this time, the Bills’ front office led by general manager Brandon Beane, has focused on improving the salary cap and building through the NFL Draft. They have done both successfully, and now enter this offseason with nearly $83 million in cap space, according to Spotrac.
This offseason is likely the most pivotal for the Buffalo Bills under this new leadership. They have found some success with the playoff trips, have solid foundation pieces in place like Tre’Davious White, Josh Allen and Tremaine Edmunds but now must build this roster to a point that it can go from being competitive to being in the discussion for best in the conference.
The moves this front office makes this offseason should not only have an eye towards improving the team in 2020 but building a roster that can be competitive for years to come.
We breakdown what we believe would be a perfect offseason for the Buffalo Bills this offseason.
*All contract and cap figures courtesy of Spotrac.com unless otherwise noted.