Question 7: Ed Oliver was worth a top-10 pick (Yes/No).
This question was almost another unanimous yes. There is always some doubters. See question two to read Oliver’s accomplishments. He’s been an outstanding addition to the team.
“In any other year, Oliver would have been a top-five pick. He is the next Kyle Williams for the Bills.” – Shane S.
Question 8: I have faith in Bills ownership to build a consistent winner (Yes/No).
When you do things the right way, people will notice. The fans are behind owner Terry Pegula. 75 percent of them believe that Pegula can build a consistent winner with the Buffalo Bills. Most importantly the owner lets his football people do their jobs. He’s got a top-flight general manager in Brandon Beane and a quality head coach.
Question 9: The Bills biggest offseason need?
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We have a tie. This is was a tough one because there are so many variations of answers. I had to aggregate the answers and we have a tie.
One of the areas fans see as a need is upgrades on the offensive line. Bills quarterbacks have been sacked 39 times which puts them in the top half of the league in sacks allowed. The total would be higher if not for Allen’s ability to run out of trouble when flushed out of the pocket.
Tied with the O-line for biggest offseason need is improvement among the receiver corps. Brown and Beasley have been important playmakers this year. More is needed, however. Among the reasons fans voted for receivers is that they want a legitimate game-breaker Allen can throw to.
Question 10: I will watch the XFL this spring (Yes/No).
Let’s put it this way, Buffalo is a football town. Football is football whether it’s played in the fall or spring. The majority of respondents are willing to give the new league a chance this spring. We’ll see how long they watch.
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