Buffalo Bills: 4 opponents in 2021 who improved the most this offseason

Dec 28, 2020; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots center David Andrews (60) prepares to snap the ball to quarterback Cam Newton (1) during the second quarter of a game against the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 28, 2020; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots center David Andrews (60) prepares to snap the ball to quarterback Cam Newton (1) during the second quarter of a game against the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports /
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Jets Tarell Bashem can’t reach Bills quarterback Josh Allen who rolls out of pressure.Jg 091320 Bills 24 /

New York Jets

Key Additions: Corey Davis, Carl Lawson, Sheldon Rankins, Jarrad Davis, Zach Wilson, Alijah Vera-Tucker, Michael Carter, Elijah Moore

When looking at teams that improved the most, the New York Jets were one of those teams that really couldn’t get any worse. They finished last year with the second worse record at 2-14 and due to their performance had the second overall pick. The Jets selected Zach Wilson in hopes that he could be the franchise quarterback they have desperately been looking for.

However, Wilson isn’t the only move the Jets made and they made good moves both in free agency and the NFL Draft. The Jets addressed both sides of the ball in free agency by adding wide receiver Corey Davis and defensive end Carl Lawson, two players who are expected to play big roles this coming season.

In addition to Wilson, the Jets also added in the NFL Draft offensive lineman Alijah Vera-Tucher, running back Michael Carter, and wide receiver Elijah Moore. All three players are expected to play big roles as rookies.

Even though the New York Jets made good moves, they didn’t close the gap ehough with the Buffalo Bills at least this season.