The Underdog label has been attached to Buffalo Bills for almost two decades, as the team has only seen the season played once in this millennium. Now the team, with an improved list of recent drafts, is ready to make a step forward with free agents that strengthen target spots and take a new label.
Touchdown Wire called the bills one of four teams as "true AFC sleeping teams" for this coming season. Sleeper status has traditionally referred to teams that have an outside chance of succeeding at a high level.
Enter Buffalo: A team with a creepy good chance of making some noise in the fall. The exit marked how the bills meet this sleeping label. Touchdown Wire writes:
The bills had a secret big offseason by making some great value signatures in a free office. Their defense has been good for two seasons now. They are well trained. Anyone who likes deep passes must have a feverish dream when they see Josh Allen out to John Brown's passing. Some teams have to step up to challenge the patriots, and if it's not jets, it can be the bills.
In addition, some may sleep at Buffalo, as the team took a step back in terms of their record over The last two seasons fell from nine wins in 201
If players like LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore recreate their careers and some of their modest free agents play a decisive role in the revival of the offense, then Buffalo has a chance to make another race at a Wild Card spot.
The bills are still shockingly full of players who are not house names among the league. A great 2019 season can help these players get on the league's radar while watching the bills throw their sleeping label.
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