2020 Preseason All-AFC East team: Patriots, Bills dominate on offense

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ORCHARD PARK, NY – DECEMBER 29: Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills shakes hands with Sam Darnold #14 of the New York Jets after the game at New Era Field on December 29, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. New York defeats Buffalo 13-6. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

With a more level playing field now in 2020 the top players in the division will be diverse than in past years as evident by the offense in the Preseason All-AFC East team.

Tom Brady has left the New England Patriots” are words nobody expected to hear before Brady would retire. Now with Brady in Tampa Bay, the AFC East is bound to be filled with a lot more parity in 2020.

With the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins all improving in the offseason, ranking positional groups within the division has become much tougher. Especially considering of the teams in the division, three have starting quarterbacks with two years or fewer of NFL experience. Meanwhile, the Dolphins having a rookie waiting in the ranks and the division has flipped on its head.

The Buffalo Bills made a very notable addition of Stefon Diggs to an already strong receiving core that gives them the most firepower on offense, while the other teams in the division have the potential to thrive too.

New England usually doesn’t flash too much on these all division teams but its in the uniqueness in the way they use their players which always stands out, and now without Brady this will become more noticeable.

As for the Jets, they added to their offensive line with a beast of a tackle in Mekhi Becton to provide Sam Darnold with more time in the pocket and hopefully the finally hits his stride.

The Miami Dolphins added Tua Tagovailoa and even if he isn’t the starter immediately he is excepted to grasp the starting job before the season ends. Add in Matt Bredia and Jordan Howard at running back and Miami has an offense with some youth and firepower.

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