Buffalo Bills: Predicting the roster for the 2020 Season

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The Buffalo Bills enter the 2020 NFL Season with a chance to win the AFC East in the first time in a long time, here is what their roster might look like as they attempt to win the division.

The Buffalo Bills enter the 2020 NFL season with one of the most complete rosters in football. With the departure of Tom Brady from the Patriots, and the Dolphins and Jets still rebuilding, Bills fans are hoping this is the year they become AFC East Champions.

They come into the 2020 season with a very similar roster to last year, but they have also improved in some areas through the draft, free agency, and trades.

With the NFL canceling OTA’s and rookie minicamp’s due to COVID-19, and with the pre-season being cut from four games to two games, it may be harder for certain players to make their mark and get a roster spot. Rookies are going to have less time to prove themselves and many could end up falling to the practice squad by default.

The roster size going into the season hasn’t been changed yet, but due to COVID-19, the NFL could increase the roster size, making some decisions easier for teams.

Many positions are set for the Bills such as quarterback, running back, wide receiver, defensive line, and safety. Other positions such as cornerback, tight end, the offensive line and linebacker, still have some questions on who will start, who will provide good depth, and who will be cut.

With the usual 53 man rosters, the Bills, like many other teams, are going to have a lot of tough decisions when it comes down to who makes the roster. Here’s how I expect the roster to look like heading into the season: