3 moves the Buffalo Bills will regret making from the 2024 offseason

These moves that the Buffalo Bills did not do will come back to haunt them at some point.
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Despite having Josh Allen under center, the Buffalo Bills are not a lock to win their fifth consecutive AFC East championship in 2024. They lost a lot of pieces from last year and have a great amount of new talents that will need to mesh together.

Brandon Beane was not able to go on a free agency frenzy like he has in the past. His biggest free agent signing (aside from extending Dion Dawkins’ contract) was bringing in wide receiver Curtis Samuel from the Washington Commanders on a three-year, $24 million deal. 

The Bills were limited as to what they could do but they still managed to make the best of the situation. However, there were some moves that the Bills should have done better at some point in either free agency or the draft. They had the chance to bring in quality rookie talent who could transition well into the NFL. This is not to say that the players they drafted aren’t a good addition, but the Bills could have gone in a different direction to vastly improve the roster.

Here are the three moves the Buffalo Bills will regret from the 2024 offseason.