5 bold predictions for Buffalo Bills' 2024 offseason

Brandon Beane and the Buffalo Bills will have to work some magic this offseason to make things happen. I've got five thoughts, that although bold, I think Beane, and company can pull it off. These five moves will put the Bills in a position to once again compete for a Super Bowl.

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The Bills will go out of their way to make sure G David Edwards remains with the Bills

This one might surprise you, and if you read my other free agency articles about who should be re-signed and who the Bills might lose, you'll be even more surprised. I didn't include David Edwards on the must-sign list initially, but he definitely would have made number six. However, the more I think about it, the more I think he might be more valuable to re-sign than Ty Johnson, whom I did include on the must-sign list.

There are a few reasons I am backtracking on my initial thought regarding Johnson. One is the return of Nyheim Hines, who I thought might be a cap casualty but Beane recently said they do have plans for Hines in the Bills offense in 2024. Also, to save a few dollars, Buffalo could potentially draft a running back late in the draft, instead of re-signing Johnson. The third reason is David Edwards. Edwards was huge this season as a rotational guard and provides some very important depth along the offensive line. Edwards only played on 148 snaps but earned an overall PFF grade of 82.7. He didn't allow a single sack, QB hit, or pressure and committed only one penalty.

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