I’m excited to see how the Bills kick off their season this year. With the same QB as last year, but a more mature, Josh Allen will be in control of our offense. We also added another WR Cole Beasley.
As the players begin to compete for the 53-man roster, they will have to play their hardest and finest. We drafted Ed Oliver earlier this year as well. This is a big key player to add from the University of Houston because we need a threat to the opponent’s QB that is fast. He reminds me of Mario Williams in his prime. So he should be very fun to watch at training camp.
With the NFL, anything can happen. Cody Ford, who is a substantial player, might not make the starting roster this year. He is good enough to play in the starting roster but the Bills currently have Ty Nsekhe in that position ready to go for the next 2 years at $10 million.
Something that I am disappointed in is not being to see Frank Gore play. Gore was put on the NFI (non-football injury) list right before the start of training camp. I would have liked to see Gore in full motion at training camp but I will just have to wait until the season starts as he will be complementing McCoy in the running game.
Overall, the Bills have added some new talent to their roster and have the potential to become a good team this year. In training camp, now is the time that the Bills have to see who will make the team and who will not. I am very excited to see all the players play because anyone can have a shot at making the team. They just have to work hard enough.