3 things the Buffalo Bills can learn from Rams Super Bowl LVI win

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Number 2: Depth at wide receiver is crucial

Last season, the Buffalo Bills had great depth at wide receiver with players like Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie having big games towards the end of the year to help this offense. The Bills this offseason have some questions at the position with Isaiah McKenzie and Emmanuel Sanders set to be free agents.

It will be important for the Buffalo Bills to make sure the depth at the position remains a strength for this offense as it almost cost the Rams a Super Bowl. They were playing very well in the first half until Odell Beckham Jr. suffered what is believed to be a torn ACL.

However, once Beckham Jr. came off the field, the Rams’ biggest threat was Cooper Kupp and the Bengals did a good job for most of the game of containing him. The Rams weren’t able to get much from Van Jefferson and Brent Skowronek and the offense struggled to move the ball.

The Buffalo Bills don’t want to find themselves in a similar position and need to make sure they either bring back McKenzie and Sanders or add additional wide receivers to keep the depth at the position.