After reviewing the Buffalo Bills schedule, this is how the games are ranked from easiest to hardest for the upcoming season.
With the release of the 2020 Buffalo Bills schedule excitement and anticipation is building amongst fans for the upcoming season. By now fans have probably gone week by week predicting wins and loses for their favorite teams.
Today we will examine the Bills schedule with more detail and examine the matchups from easiest to hardest by ranking them. In a season in which the Bills were given four primetime games and matchups against both reigning conference champions things won’t always be easy for the men in Western New York. Here are the matchups difficulty ranking starting with the easiest.
Easiest: Week 1 – Home vs New York Jets
These two teams will obviously be quite familiar with each other which will benefit both teams in a shortened offseason. That said, the Bills coaching staff has demonstrated a better ability at game planning for an opponent. Adam Gase has yet to be the offensive genius as a head coach that landed him a job after once promising coordinator stints.
The Jets offseason didn’t include anyone that could surprise the Bills in how they use that player, but the Bills could surprise the Jets. New offensive weapons in Stefon Diggs and Zack Moss can be deployed in multiple roles which could keep the Jets guessing. Add in the fact that it’s a home season opener for the Bills and the season couldn’t have started off any easier for them.