Buffalo Bills: NFL 2019 - AFC East



After going to the playoffs in the 2017/18 season, the Bills took a step back and won only six games last season, finishing third in the division. The defense still did well most of the time, but the attack felt the pains of newcomer Josh Allen's growth, and the team used four quarterbacks who started at least one game of the season. 

2018 was a transition year for the Bills, which began with rookie quarterback Josh Allen in most games, the coaching staff was maintained and GM Brandon Beane made big investments in the free agency, with Bills being the 3rd fastest team. spent in the period, 180.6 million dollars. The team focused on bringing reinforcements to the attack, especially on the offensive line, with the arrival of: Mitch Morse, Spencer Long and Cody Ford, drafted in round 2. The team also reshaped their group of recipients, bringing in the wide receivers: Cole Beasley and John Brown, as well as tigh end Tyler Kroft. With the 9th overall pick of the last draft, the team selected DT Ed Oliver.