For the past three seasons, the Buffalo Bills’ offense has established itself as a top ten and even top five offensive unit in the league in terms of yards and points. When you have a quarterback like Josh Allen and a star wide receiver on the outside in Stefon Diggs, the offense tends to flow better if both players are on the same page.
The Bills offense last season put up 455 points on offense while averaging over 28 points per game which ranked second in the league. The main issue for the team was turnovers, in which they lost 27 turnovers that included 13 fumbles (5 games where they had three or more turnovers). Those mistakes have to be minimized if the Bills want to go far this year.
The offense has a ton of pressure on them heading into the preseason. Will the running game led by James Cook and Damien Harris/Latavius Murray develop? Can the receiving core get separation and break free to make a play? How will the offensive line hold up against pressure? This unit has promise, but promise is only as good as production.