Buffalo Bills: Special teams will be improved in 2020 with offseason moves
The Buffalo Bills made some newsworthy moves on offense and defense but special teams could be the most improved.
The headlines for the Buffalo Bills were certainly dominated by the additions of players like Stefon Diggs, A.J. Epenesa, Zack Moss and Josh Norman. However, the special teams is usually one that doesn’t make big headlines.
This certainly isn’t surprising but there is a case to be made that this group could end up being the most improved this coming season.
This isn’t to say that the Bills special teams were bad last year, they actually finished 12th overall in Rick Gosselin’s special teams rankings. One of the key moves last offseason was the Buffalo Bills hired Heath Farwell as special teams coordinator after he spent one year as special teams assistant with the Carolina Panthers. Farwell was brought in to replace Danny Crossman, who was let go after the 2018 season.
Even with the improvement last year under Farwell, it didn’t stop Brandon Beane from adding players this offseason who should make this group even better.
This is a breakdown of a few key areas the Bills made some potential improvements.