3 things the Buffalo Bills need to think about heading into the offseason

Bills head coach Sean McDermott waits to hear the result of his challenge on the play. The original
Bills head coach Sean McDermott waits to hear the result of his challenge on the play. The original / Tina MacIntyre-Yee /Rochester Democrat
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3.) Identify competition to bring in for training camp

There are only a few positions for the Bills that are locked in by a player, including the quarterback spot, running back position and even at linebacker. Josh Allen, James Cook, and the duo of Matt Milano and Terrel Bernard should be a lock as starters going into next season.

The rest of the team should be challenged going into training camp. This includes kicker Tyler Bass, who did not have a great year and missed the game-tying field goal against the Chiefs in the playoffs.

There are various factors that have an argument made that can be changed heading into next season. Until there is competition on the field, nothing else matters to what should or should not change.

There were times this season when players on the Bills missed simple open field tackles, not providing pressure on the defense, or failure to execute on offense. General manager Brandon Beane will need to breakdown each position on the team and see where current roster players need to be challenged going into the offseason program.