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PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2019 7:23 pm    Post subject: A week-by-week preview of the Buffalo Bills’ 2019 season&quo Reply with quote

/>Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBuffalo Rumblingsa Buffalo Bills communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBillsOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections NewsNotesOpinionAnalysisDiscussionPodcastNFL DraftSalary CapFiled under:OpinionGame-by-game look at the Buffalo Bills’ 2019 seasonNew Jeremy Kerley Jersey ,15commentsA week-by-week preview of the Buffalo Bills’ 2019 season EDTShareTweetShareShareGame-by-game look at the Buffalo Bills’ 2019 season We’ve had a draft, a ton of free agency, and plenty of splashy trades already in 2019. With most of the big moves behind us, the shape of the league is starting to coalesce. Let’s take a look at the 2019 schedule for the Buffalo Bills and see what’s up. Week 1: at New York JetsA new head coach in Adam Gase. A newly fired general manager. A star running back who may or may not even be wanted. Chaos in Gotham might spell for early (and maybe long-term) trouble. Gregg Williams is arguably a legit coordinator, but Bills fans know how fun it is to swap defensive schemes. WINWeek 2: at New York GiantsBuffalo spends its second week of the season still mired in New Jersey. Despite a disappointing 2018 season for the Giants, Eli Manning had a solid year. They got rid of their best receiving weapon, but added some potential defensive building blocks. Will the Bills own the MetLife stadium two weeks in a row? WINWeek 3: Cincinnati BengalsThe home opener and celebration of the life of Pancho Billa! The Bengals have found a way to beat the Bills in four of the last five meetings. Expect some early season disarray with the team adjusting to life without Marvin Lewis at the helm for the first time since 1963 (probably). WINWeek 4: New England PatriotsThis might be the worst time to face the Patriots. While there’s some truth to the idea of slow starts from New England, by Week 4 they should be putting it together. It’s also too early in the season for Tom Brady’s arm to fall apart. They’ve been quietly putting together a running game to counter the NFL. LOSSWeek 5: at Tennessee TitansThe 2018 versions of these two teams were eerily similar from a statistical perspective. They even had a similar draft with the Titans selecting a defensive tackle, a skill player and a guard with their first three picks. The Bills’ heavier investments into the offensive line during free agency could be the difference maker. WINWeek 6: project for the Dolphins. WINWeek 8: Philadelphia EaglesThe Eagles followed up a Cinderella-style Super Bowl victory by barely squeaking into the 2018 playoffs and bowing out in the second week after a very narrow victory in the Wild Card round. A shaky offense was bolstered through the draft and Carson Wentz’s bad luck is usually later in the season. LOSSWeek 9: WashingtonIt’s entirely possible (probable) that Washington will be starting a rookie quarterback against the Bills. The Bills passing defense should continue to be strong and take advantage of a one-dimensional opponent. WINWeek 10: at Cleveland BrownsThe Browns have added a lot of big personalities to the team. While they all could create havoc to team chemistry, the talent level of the league’s laughingstock has skyrocketed. Baker Mayfield could be just the man to rally a high-maintenance team. LOSSWeek 11: at Miami DolphinsThe Dolphins are going to sneak a few victories in despite what’s projected to be a rough year. But not in Week 11. WINWeek 12: Denver BroncosJoe Flacco is not and never has been an elite quarterback. History shows us, though Womens Vontae Davis Jersey , that he has been pretty good. John Elway is counting on a steady presence to pair with their electrifying defense—except the defense hasn’t been electrifying in years. Their average defense will instead pair with a Flacco whose best years were in purple. WINWeek 13: at Dallas CowboysA pretty good 2018 Cowboys team should be able to pick up where they left off. A strong run defense should offer a counterpunch to what the Bills are looking to build this season. In the closest thing to a prime-time game the Bills have this season, there might not be as many things to be thankful for as we’d like. LOSSWeek 14: Baltimore RavensThe Ravens fielded an excellent defense last year and sought to retain key members of the team on that side of the ball. First in the AFC North, the Ravens began the Lamar Jackson era in the middle of the year. A limited scheme was their undoing and it remains to be seen whether Baltimore can unlock Jackson’s full potential. LOSSWeek 15: at Pittsburgh SteelersWrapping up the North, the Bills face the high-yield offense of the Steelers. A sub-par running game leaves most games in the hands of Ben Roethlisberger. The Bills’ passing defense makes this game strength vs. strength. WINWeek 16: at New England PatriotsNew England shifted hard toward the run game to close last season. Add that to the fact that Tom Brady’s air-yards-per-completion dropped from 6.6 to 5.6 between the 2017 and 2018 seasons and you have solid evidence that Brady’s arm might be hurting down the stretch. Sometimes you win one you arguably shouldn’t. WINWeek 17: New York JetsSay what you will about Adam Gase, but he did coach the Dolphins to three victories over the Buffalo Bills during his tenure in Miami (once against Sean McDermott’s team). Sometime you lose one you arguably shouldn’t. LOSSAt 10-6, the Buffalo Bills should have a good shot at seeing the postseason again. How much of this is rational analysis and how much is finger crossing? Let us know in the comments how you see things unfolding. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kelvin Benjamin went from catching passes from Josh Allen and Nathan Peterman on a Bills team going nowhere to hauling in heaves from Patrick Mahomes on a Chiefs team barreling toward the playoffs.Not a bad finish to a tumultuous week.Benjamin signed a one-year contract with Kansas City to finish out the season Friday, just days after the 2014 first-round pick was released by Buffalo. It brought an end to yet another disappointing run in which Benjamin struggled with one of the highest drop rates in the NFL.“I guess you could say I saw it coming,” Benjamin said after his first workout with the Chiefs, who are preparing to play the Ravens on Sunday. “(The Chiefs) came pretty quick. I came for a visit, I liked what I saw. I liked what I heard.”He liked everything about the situation.Mahomes has already proven himself to be one of the league’s most vibrant quarterbacks http://www.thebillslockerroom.com/authentic-aj-mccarron-jersey , and Benjamin called the Kansas City offense “dynamic.” He also has the support of Chiefs coach Andy Reid, who said he liked the former Florida State standout out of college and thinks that one more change of scenery might finally unlock the potential that Benjamin has been scratching at for years.“He’s been good against us, No. 1,” Reid said. “A big, physical player. You add him to the mix, he comes in, he’s experienced and he’s been a good football player at this level.”Reid said there is a chance Benjamin could be ready to play by next week, even though it will be a quick turnaround for a Thursday night game against the Chargers. But time is of the essence because the Chiefs could be without No. 2 wide receiver Sammy Watkins for a while.Watkins has been bothered by a foot problem for several weeks, and he aggravated the injury while pushing off in Thursday’s practice. An MRI exam came back negative, but the prognosis is unclear.Watkins has 40 catches for 519 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games.The 27-year-old Benjamin had a promising start to his career, catching 73 passes for 1 Vladimir Ducasse Jersey ,008 yards and nine touchdowns as a rookie with Carolina. But he battled weight issues and problems with drops and clashed with several people in the organization, ultimately resulting in his trade to Buffalo last season.He had just 23 catches for 354 yards and one touchdown this season.The Bills released Benjamin when they decided to use the remainder of another disappointing season to look more closely at younger players. He was making $8.5 million in the final year of his contract and will be playing for a fraction of that down the stretch for Kansas City.But he could be playing for a Super Bowl title, too.“By next week he should have a pretty good feel for things,” Reid said. “He’s in great shape. He’s a big kid, but he’s in phenomenal shape. And sometimes a change of scenery can be good for a guy.”NOTES: TE Demetrius Harris remained out of practice Friday with an illness, though Reid said it’s possible the backup could play Sunday. … The Chiefs signed OL Austin Reiter to a two-year deal worth up to $5.5 million, locking up one of their most versatile backups. Reiter has started four games for the Chiefs because of injuries. “For me, it just means keep doing what I’ve been doing and be ready to play,” said Reiter, who would have been a restricted free agent after this season.100<button>View Gallery</button> Gallery:View from the sidelines: NFL cheerleaders 2018Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports | Raj Mehta
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