JohnNord Posted January 24 Share Posted January 24 After the end of the year pressers of Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane, I can’t say that I feel great about this team next season. There doesn’t appear to be any major changes on the coaching staff. I’m ok with Frazier but have a lot of concern about whether Dorsey is actually going to better like everyone assumes. It’s not a given that a first year OC gets better from year 1 to year 2. The other issue is the roster. It’s basically a mulligan. The problem is the cap situation. There’s a lot of free agents who will be walking out the door and not a lot of money to replace them. What is Beane’s plan? “"We gotta hit on draft picks. We gotta find low-cost free agents. It's on me and my scouting staff to make the right moves." This is a concern because neither is something they have done well. So with limited draft capital less cap space and many holes what does this mean? The Bills are doubling down on the coaches and talent who underperformed this year. - A number of role player or under performing players need to take a step forward this season (Spencer Brown, Gabe Davis, Ed Oliver, AJ, Basham, Elam, Benford. - This years rookie class can’t afford not to contribute. - Multiple “bargain” free agents are going to need to have a similar impact to DaQuan Jones - Ken Dorsey is going to show he can evolve and change the offense, which is something we didn’t see much of in 2022. The wildcard here is Josh Allen. He helped cover up for a lot of deficiencies and he certainly can better. It sounds like the plan is to get him better weapon and protection but again… with limited options. Maybe I’ll change my mind over the next few weeks definitely change, but it just seems like the plan for next season is to do what this this team hasn’t done over the past 4 years. 2 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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