Ah, the Drought. The period in Buffalo Bills franchise history that nobody wants to hear about. The drought is synonymous with 17 consecutive seasons of losing, failure to miss the playoffs, and constant upheaval at coach, quarterback, and front office.
Now, that the Bills have stumbled into competence and seem very well positioned with Josh Allen, Sean McDermott, and Brandon Beane it has become a lot less painful to look back upon those awful drought years. Some of the players we can now look back at fondly and the mistakes become laughably bad when you are able to compare them to competence.
This article will show the flaws of the old regimes and also provide hope as many of the moves that will be discussed are ones that Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott simply would never make.