What positions do the Buffalo Bills need to address on defense this offseason?
The Buffalo Bills defense for most of the year was one of the best in the league. The finished the regular season allowing the fewest total yards per game (272.8), fewest passing yards per game (163), and points per game (17.0).
The defense also did a great job of forcing turnovers this past season with 19 interceptions, which was tied for the third-highest total, and 11 fumble recovers, tied for sixth in the league.
When looking ahead to this offseason, the Bills have a majority of their key starters returning with players like Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde, Taron Johnson, Tre’Davious White, Ed Oliver, Matt Milano, and Tremaine Edmunds under contract through at least next season.
However, there are a few positions that have some question marks and need to be addressed this offseason. Over the next few months, these are three that I expect general manager Brandon Beane to add to, either in free agency or the NFL Draft.