Buffalo Bills Depth Chart

Buffalo Bills Depth Chart

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
Team News
Stefon Diggs Not Comfortable Returning To Work

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs tweeted on Tuesday that he'd "be lying if I said I was comfortable starting back up" amid the coronavirus pandemic. The NFL has plenty of questions to answer regarding safety protocols for player health before training camps and the regular season begins, and it's possible that players will decide to opt out of playing altogether. If Diggs ultimately decides to play in 2020, he'll be the No. 1 wideout in his first year in Buffalo, but his fantasy ceiling might depend on how much Buffalo throws the ball and whether quarterback Josh Allen can make strides as a passer. John Brown and Cole Beasley will take targets away and give Diggs a lower ceiling as more of a low-end WR2 in fantasy.

1 hour ago
Duke Williams, Robert Foster Won't Be Locks To Make Team

Buffalo Bills wide receivers Duke Williams and Robert Foster could be facing an uphill battle to make the team out of training camp, in the opinion of The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia. Williams, 27, saw more opportunities late last season, but he played in just four regular season games and had 12 receptions for 166 yards and a score. Foster, 26, had only three receptions for 64 yards in 13 games (two starts). The Bills traded for Stefon Diggs in the offseason and also drafted wideouts Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins, so Williams and Foster have been pushed further down the depth chart. Williams might have a leg up on Foster because of his physical presence at the position, but neither will be fantasy options leading up to the season.

7 days ago
Devin Singletary To Be More Involved In Passing Game?

It's possible that the Buffalo Bills want to get running back Devin Singletary more involved in the passing game this year, in the opinion of The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia. If it actually transpires, this will obviously be good news for the second-year back, but the presence of rookie Zack Moss in Buffalo's backfield will likely limit Singletary to low-end RB2/high-end RB3 status regardless. The 22-year-old saw only 41 targets in the passing game in 2019 and caught 29 passes for 194 yards and two touchdowns. Quarterback Josh Allen isn't really the checkdown type either, so it remains to be seen how much more Singletary will be involved in the aerial attack.

7 days ago
Bills Sign Third-Round Pick Zack Moss

Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has agreed to a four-year deal with the organization. The Bills selected the Utah running back during the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. He ran for 1,416 rushing yards on 235 attempts with 15 touchdowns during his senior year. Moss and Devin Singletary should form a reliable duo in the backfield for Buffalo. He could be asked to pick up short-yardage or goaline work immediately. Moss should see his fair share of carries in the backfield this season.

23 days ago
Josh Allen Organizes Workouts

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen planned out two separate "camps" for his teammates this offseason during the coronavirus pandemic. The first one was staged in California, with rookie running back Zack Moss and rookie wide receivers Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins on hand. The second camp was a lot more detailed and took place in Miami. Allen thinks both camps were great for everyone to get to know each other better and build more valuable chemistry. The young signal-caller is working to schedule another trip right before camp next month. It's nice to see Allen taking a leadership role in a unique offseason, but it remains to be seen if he can take the next step as a passer in 2020. If he does, he has easy top-five fantasy upside at his position because of his ability to also rack up points with his legs.

23 days ago