Buffalo Bills: Timeline of offense under Brandon Beane

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN – DECEMBER 23: Stefon Diggs #14 of the Minnesota Vikings warms up before the game against the Green Bay Packers at U.S. Bank Stadium on December 23, 2019 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)

The Buffalo Bills offense has gone under an impressive transformation in a short period of time. This is what Brandon Beane has been able to do as general manager since joining the franchise in 2017.

As the Buffalo Bills now primed for an AFC East Championship for the first time in two decades,  Brandon Beane’s three-year process is coming to fruition with the overhauling of the team’s offense.

Before Brandon Beane joined the Bills organization in 2017, the team was stuck in a never-ending cycle of mediocrity. Under then GM Dough Whaley, who served for seven years, the Bills finished fourth in the AFC East for three years in a row from 2010-13, second place in 2014 and back-to-back third-place finishing in 2015-16.

Whaley simply could not turn the tide in Buffalo after losing season, after losing season saw his era end and Brandon Beane’s begin.

In a short period of time, Brandon Beane has put this offense in a position to break out in 2020. This is the history of the transformation of the Buffalo Bills offense.

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