Buffalo Bills: 3 Positions on offense to improve this offseason
Even after one of the best offensive seasons in Buffalo Bills history, the Bills still have some areas for improvement across the offensive side of the roster.
For the first time in a long time, the Bills are entering the offseason with good problems. When you have a good team, a typical issue is cap space. A main focus for the Bills this offseason will be re-signing some major pieces on both sides of the ball without going over the cap.
Additionally, when a team reaches a conference championship game like the Bills did this year, these teams typically don’t have glaring weaknesses to fill in the upcoming offseason. Once again these are good problems to have. It means the Bills can draft the best player available for the most part instead of pigeonholing themselves to a specific position.
However with all the success, the Buffalo Bills had this year, they still have some areas to improve this offseason. I will be focusing on some different position groups and how acquisitions in these areas will improve the Buffalo Bills for the upcoming season. These position groups will not be ranked by priority, they are simply the most obvious areas for improvement.