But 2020 will be different.
Another year under head coach Sean McDermott can only produce better results. The Bills looked to be light on pro-bowl talent in 2019, but the Bills might actually have the deepest roster as far as quality players across the board. Buffalo had three pro-bowl players on the roster from 2019, and it was anchored by star CB Tre’Davious White. The 2020 Bills looked to achieve a few things in the draft, but
increasing scoring was the key need. The Bills added a pair of wide receivers and a running back. Reports suggest WR Gabe Davis will start and play this season. The same goes for the 86th overall pick, RB Zack Moss. The Bills had a glaring issue last season, and that was in the kicking game. A new kicker was
brought in via the NFL Draft and Tyler Bass has secured the kicking duties this season. The Bills have also recently released Steven Hauschka. A combination of these picks could provide the help the Bills are looking for on the offensive side of the ball. Star wide receiver Stefon Diggs has departed Minnesota and now lands in Buffalo to help even out the Bills' passing game behind quarterback Josh Allen. The Bills offense as a whole should be much improved for the 2020 season.