As you should all know by now, the Buffalo Bills have hired a new general manager and a new head coach on top of that.
Both Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane come from Carolina Panthers’ franchise, so you can get a good idea of how they will want things run with the Buffalo Bills.
Below is a breakdown of where the Bills seem to be headed — both on defense and offense.
I will focus more on why the Bills are being built the way they are, but will also give my overview of where the overall game of football is headed — as it pertains to the Buffalo Bills and the NFL as a whole.
Let’s first go over what kind of offense and defense the Buffalo Bills will look to enforce this season.
What are the plans on offense and defense?
Buffalo Bills’ new head coach Sean McDermott is known as a defensive minded coach — most recently working as the Panthers’ defensive coordinator. He is a first time head coach, so you know the Pegulas have a lot of faith in his abilities and leadership.
He inherits an NFL top-five running back in LeSean “Shady” McCoy and will also have a young, talented quarterback in Tyrod Taylor — he’s only been an NFL starter for two seasons. In addition to that, McDermott will inherit the best run-blocking offensive line in the entire NFL, along with a run-game that has led the league the past two seasons.
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