Buffalo Bills: Timeline of offense under Brandon Beane
The following season, marked yet another new era in Buffalo as the Bills selected Josh Allen with the seventh-overall selection in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Along with the addition of Allen, the Bills added receiver Robert Foster, Chris Ivory and Isaiah McKenzie, and would part ways with Kelvin Benjamin midway through the season as he once again failed to produce hauling in %37 of his passes for 354 yards.
This season marked a transitional period in the Bills history as they showed flashes of greatness and flashes under Allen and flashes of mediocrity once again during the ‘Nathan Peterman experiment’ that kicked off the season.
In the four starts that Peterman saw that season, he only connected for one touchdown while in the process, throwing seven interceptions.
Allen would take over for Peterman, which was celebrated by Bills fans everywhere, as the team tried to salvage the rest of the season.
It is hard to say that this team was better than the previous year’s but the signings made by Brandon Beane were certainly an improvement on the offensive side of the ball. Zay Jones and Isaiah McKenzie combined for 1,193 yards, only 52 yards less than the entire WR core last season, and 10 touchdowns.