The regular season has come to an end, but the Buffalo Bills' 2023 season is not over. The Bills had a few rookies contribute significantly, while others saw limited or no action all year. What is the 2024 outlook for all four of these guys? Well, that sounds like a great off-season article but for now, let's get back to the 2023 season.
The Bills are preparing for their opening game of the NFL playoffs, playing host to the 10 - 7 Pittsburgh Steelers, who are coming in minus T.J. Watt and will be starting quarterback Mason Rudolph. On paper, the Bills should not have any problems dispatching Pittsburgh and advancing to the AFC Divisional Round. But before they get there, let's take a look at the Bills' top-drafted rookies, and how their season fared, and what we can expect as the team advances throughout the postseason.
This rookie class includes a record-setting tight end, an offensive lineman who started every single snap of the regular season. It also includes a linebacker that helped fill the void left by Matt Milano, as a rotational piece to the linebacking corps. It also includes a wide receiver that many fans were hoping to see; however, we'll have to wait till next season, when he likely battles for the Bills number two wide receiver. Let's get into how their 2023 season has gone and what we might expect going forward in these playoffs.