It feels like just yesterday that it was the first night of the 2023 NFL Draft. Now, we are just less than two weeks away from the Buffalo Bills’ first training camp practice. It was quite an interesting off-season for the Bills, who had to navigate with minimal cap space, for what was really the first time in the new era of winning Buffalo football.
It was an off-season that just might have featured general manager, Brandon Beane’s, best work yet. Now if the Bills hit paydirt and achieve their Super Bowl aspirations, it will only cement that claim. The Bills went 13-3 last season, losing those three games by a combined eight points.
The team wasn’t able to go out and trade for or sign star players like some other teams, but they still got better. Now the Bills are being written off by many, as the divisional foe Miami Dolphins, and New York Jets made huge moves to improve. People are quick to forget that those moves are being made to catch up to the Bills, in hopes of finally knocking them off the highest pedestal the last few seasons. We are inching closer to seeing how it all shakes out.
In less than 12 days, Bills Mafia will be lining up hours early at the gates of St. John Fisher College, in Rochester, New York. The fans will once again get to see their beloved Buffalo Bills for the first time this season, and watch as a roster of over 90 players participate.
As we all know, only 53 players will make the final roster. There will be a ton of new faces on the team, and unfortunately saying goodbye to some familiar faces. So, let’s take a crack at how the roster will look heading into week one.
*Note: This list is based on the assumption Von Miller starts the season on the IL