Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills

AFC East
Stadium
New Era Field
Head Coach
Sean McDermott
Offensive Coordinator
Brian Daboll
Defensive Coordinator
Leslie Frazier
Special Teams Coach
Heath Farwell
Defensive Scheme
4-3
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Buffalo Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander is expected to retire after the 2019 season. The 35-year-old recently re-signed with the Bills for a maximum of $4.55 million, if all bonuses are met, over one season. He received a signing bonus of $355,000 and will have a base salary of $3 million. Alexander played over 62 percent of the teams defensive snaps and nearly 39 percent of their special team's snaps in 2018, so he figures to have a prominent role this upcoming season. The 12th-year pro finished the 2018 campaign with 6.5 sacks (second-most on the team) to go with 74 tackles (11.5 for losses), ten quarterback hits, nine passes defensed, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, and a career-best two interceptions. The Bills defense was a pleasant surprise last year, ranking first in the league in pass defense and second in total defense.

2 days ago | RotoBaller

Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane said that running back LeSean McCoy is in the team's plans for 2019, the final year of his contract. 2018 was the worst season of McCoy's career, as he rushed for just 514 yards (3.2 yards per carry) and three touchdowns on 161 attempts. He also had 34 catches for 238 yards in the air. While quarterback Josh Allen has plenty of athleticism and upside, the Bills need to improve their offensive line and depth at receiver to help Shady out. McCoy will turn 31 in July and will head into 2019 as more of an RB2/3 option for fantasy owners.

22 days ago | RotoBaller

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Foster caught four of five targets for 21 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Dolphins. It marked the fourth straight week that the undrafted rookie hauled in at least four passes and the second time that he reached the end zone during this stretch. The 24-year-old speedster became the Bills top deep-threat late in the season and he certainly delivered posting four games of at least 94 receiving yards. Overall, he compiled 27 receptions, including nine of 20 yards or more, for 541 yards (20.0 average) and three scores this year. Foster should be the Bills' third or fourth receiver next year, but he should be fantasy owners' radar due to his big play ability.

22 days ago | RotoBaller