With the near 24/7 news coverage the NFL gets, it’s difficult to find any player truly unknown to fans.
What about offensive balance? What about the supposed need to keep defenses guessing about how they'll be attacked? Bills offensive coordinator and play-caller Brian Daboll doesn't buy into that axiom.
The Bills’ brain trust demonstrated a ton of it in running backs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss this offseason.
The element of speed is what’s intriguing about Breida’s potential role in the Bills’ offense in 2021.
With the quality depth GM Brandon Beane has amassed, some good players won’t make the team.
Whether it’s Devin Singletary or Zack Moss, one thing’s for sure: Whoever’s got the hot hand should expect more of the work.
"The new season doesn't start where the last one left off; you're starting from scratch," Johnson says.
"Noise is noise," Singletary said. "I don't pay attention to it. There's always going to be noise if you do good, if you do bad. That's just what it is."
If it is possible for a player who has never been on the 53-man roster to become a fan favorite, Wade’s figured out a way.
Predicting Josh Allen's progress; a look at the Bills' weak spots; and talking about Super Bowl travel plans to LA are just a few of the topics covered in this week's Mailbag.
“Really, throughout the remainder of the season – and we're having conversations as a team – I’m going to keep those conversations and choices of myself and my teammates in house," Allen said.
Jay Skurski answers readers' questions regarding the Bills and the NFL.
Here is The Buffalo News’ first 53-man projection of the offseason, predicting what the opening-day roster may look like.
NFL veterans pay attention to the draft. The obvious thing they watch: Did we draft someone at my position?
Here is The Buffalo News’ final projection of how the first round will play out.
For all the mostly stellar work Brandon Beane has done to construct the Buffalo Bills into a Super Bowl contender, he has had his challenges on Day 2 of the NFL draft.
"A running back can come in and give Allen another option to complement Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley in the passing game," writes Jay Skurski.
The Bills' GM said enough to make it seem like last year’s draft experience – in which the Bills stood pat for each of their seven selections – was an aberration.
Vic Carucci also answers questions about the Bills' need at safety, what noticeable steps Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott took to right the ship and whether or not the Bills will trade out of their current draft slot.
The only way drafting a running back in the first round pays off is if the player turns out to be outstanding – not just good, Mark Gaughan says.
This week's mailbag tackles what happens at quarterback, short-term deals, training camp and more.
The Buffalo Bills’ newest running back has been part of crowded backfields during his NFL career, and has learned that crowing for more carries rarely is productive.
Only 14 running backs have been picked in the first round in the past 10 NFL drafts, much less than most positions.
Welcome to this week’s Bills Mailbag. Let’s open it right up …
"Preparing for my fifth annual “GM for a Day” column has been a chore this offseason. Even sitting in Beane’s chair for one day drives home the challenges the Buffalo Bills’ general manager faces in the coming months," writes Jay Skurski.