5 Buffalo Bills who had their stock soar during the 2024 offseason

Which Buffalo Bills saw their stock sky-rocket this offseason with some of the moves the team made?
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Training camp and the 2024 season is still a few months away but at this point of the year, a majority of the offseason moves are complete. The Buffalo Bills have had to make some tough decisions this offseason and said goodbye to a number of key parts of the franchise.

However, the Bills have been able to make some of these moves due to the confidence they have in other players. The expectations are high as they will be needed to take on bigger roles while other players have been set up for career years with the players they have put around them.

These are five players that have seen their stock soar since the end of the 2023 season.

5 Buffalo Bills who had their stock soar during the 2024 offseason

Josh Allen

Over the past few seasons Josh Allen has been regularly in the MVP discussion and while the Bills did trade his number one wide receiver in Stefon Diggs, the other decisions made have set him up to be in a great position to finally be the first QB in Bills franchise history to win the award.

It began early this offseason with the Bills bringing back Joe Brady and making him the permanent offensive coordinator. There is no question that Allen played better with Brady calling plays and the familiarity the two built down the stretch should help them start the 2024 season on a high note.

In addition, the Bills added a number of players that should complement Allen from Curtis Samuel, Keon Coleman, Ray Davis, and Sedrick Van Pran-Granger. When considering these players combined with the expected improvements from Dalton Kincaid, James Cook and this next player, Josh Allen's stock is certainly pointing up.