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Which Bills player is mostl likely to progress in 2020?

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I'll go with Oliver or Edmunds on D. On O, I'll say Ford or Dawkins. I'd like to say Knox, but stone hands, like passing accuracy, are very difficult to fix. Kroft will be better if only because he's not as bad as some think. If he stays healthy, he'll be productive.

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do rookies count? I think Epenesa is going to be a valuable piece for us.

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I'll say Josh Allen. He's been working to better his game this off-season, and the Bills have added some good new weapons for him to play with. Not to mention, he has a solid group of players coming back along with consistency in the coaching staff.

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2 minutes ago, RiotAct said:

do rookies count? I think Epenesa is going to be a valuable piece for us.

 

No, but I agree with you. I also think the combination of Singletary and Moss will rock. I see Singletary as the #1, but that could change if he doesn't stop putting the ball on the carpet so often.

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3 minutes ago, Motor26 said:

I hope it’s Ford and Allen.

 

I agree 100%. I'm not a big fan of Allen's passing acumen or accuracy, but a big jump in his game would help a LOT.

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Edmunds is who i believe we will see the biggest jump from, the game has got be slowing down for him. 

 

Obviously, I Hope that we see the biggest Jump from Josh Allen, as that would mean we are set for a decade

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Not sure who’d I prefer, but realistically most likely to improve I’d go with Ford and Edmunds

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If he can improve his catch rate I think Know could have a big year.

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Knox...

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I would pick Knox too. 
With our top 3 receivers I can’t see how anyone will ever be able to cover him. He’s a mismatch machine this season and should be wide open basically every pass play 

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Edmunds.  Improved front 4 will allow him to use his athletic ability to the max.  He has pro bowl (alternate) potential this year.

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The only one that really matters.  Josh Allen 🙏🏻

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I'm gonna say Ford because he has the most room to improve out of all of last year's rookies who will see the field a lot this year.

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37 minutes ago, NewEra said:

The only one that really matters.  Josh Allen 🙏🏻

 

Absolutely Josh is the most important piece.

 

I’d really love to see Knox look the ball into his hands before turning to run. I’m not sure if he has bad hands or a concentration problem, but he could really break out with our WR cast out there getting more attention. 

 

Of the new guys, I’m really excited to see Moss play. 

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20 minutes ago, Augie said:

 

Absolutely Josh is the most important piece.

 

I’d really love to see Knox look the ball into his hands before turning to run. I’m not sure if he has bad hands or a concentration problem, but he could really break out with our WR cast out there getting more attention. 

 

Of the new guys, I’m really excited to see Moss play. 

Knox becoming a more reliable receiver would also dramatically affect Josh Allen. As Ron Jaworski likes to say "qb is a dependent position." Without superior play at TE, Lamar Jackson doesn't become MVP. I am also enthused about Moss. Now we only need the season to actually happen.

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