These are four positions on offense that the Buffalo Bills should try to address this offseason
The Buffalo Bills finished the year with one of the best offenses in the NFL for the second year in a row. The Bills would end the regular season ranked fifth in total yards per game (381.9) and third in points scored per game (28.4)
Entering this offseason, they are fortunate that a majority of their starters are under contract and don’t have to worry about who their starting quarterback, wide receivers, or offensive tackles are. While the results were good last year, there is still going to be room for improvement.
This offseason could look a little different for the offensive side of the ball as Ken Dorsey takes over as offensive coordinator and could be looking for different players to help execute his offensive game plan. While this is an unknown, these are four positions that the Buffalo Bills will likely try to address over the next few months.