The Buffalo Bills have been the most confusing team in the NFL this season, as they look like a team that should go 0-16 one week, and then beat a playoff team from last season in the next. They may have found the answer in quarterback Josh Allen, who they took in the first round in 2018, as he has shown he is not afraid to get the yardage on the ground, or stand in the pocket and take a hit.
The problem is, you never want you quarterback to take too many hits, but that has been the case this season, as the offensive line is suspect. They need to focus on making that a priority next offseason, but they need some veteran leadership in the group, and should spend money on some proven players in the NFL.
Up front on the other side of the ball is also an issue in Buffalo, although the defense has shown flashes of brilliance in their two wins this season. One player who could really help them is Montez Sweat from Mississippi State, who can play in the middle of the defensive line, but also is athletic enough to go on the outside and try to get the edge in certain spots.
This Bills teams is building from within, and they have a defensive-minded coach in Sean McDermott. They have shown that they can go in and beat the likes of the Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings, two teams that should challenge to make the playoffs this season, but until they can play consistently, they will be picking in the first half of the first round next April.