Breaking Down The Bills Part One: The Offense

January 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the Buffalo Bills 2009 season finished and their top-10 draft pick (No. 9) sealed, the time has come to start looking ahead to how the Bills can improve their team this offseason.
There's no doubt Buffalo needs to improve in some key areas this offseason, and I'm going to look at the incumbent starters at each position on both sides of the ball, put them into three categories:
Locked - Locked in as a starter going into 2010, does not need to be upgraded or have competition brought in. Compete - Will likely be the starter going into camp, but needs to have competition brought in to raise their level of play or be replaced. Upgrade - Not a quality starting-caliber player, needs to be replaced either through free agency or the draft. I'll analyze the incumbents at each position, and for players listed under either Compete or Upgrade , I'll also list possible players who could be brought in at the same position either in free agency or the draft, as well as my recommendat...

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