With the Bills trying to expand their "brand" a fan submission (dantaniondb) suggested that Buffalo plays a preseason game in Syracuse. Why not? Right?
After taking a few days to examine the moves that the Buffalo Bills have made, Hashtag Sports comes up with a reason for the moves and the number one reason why they were made: to protect their highest investment.
After taking a look at the offensive side of the ball, going by the numbers of players that they had at the position, what will the Buffalo Bills defense look like come the start of the season?
By popular demand, Hashtag Sports takes a unique look at how the offense could play out for the Buffalo Bills cutting a 90-Man roster down to 53. They examine the offensive side of the ball first.
Another Clemson player who suited up for the Buffalo Bills has had his option declined by the Bills. Was Shaq Lawson's option declined because he wasn't part of this regime? Did they not want to pay him 10 million dollars? Hashtag Sports breaks down the details of the contract and what the Bills Front Office thinks of Lawson.
Following in the huge footsteps of Wyatt Teller and Matt Milano, 5th round picks Vosean Joseph and Jaquan Johnson could show the lengths that the Buffalo Bills scouting department will go for talent.
With the Buffalo Bills trading up to get Dawson Knox and with the uncertainty of the role that Duke Williams will play, Hashtag Sports takes a look at the two offensive options.
With a running back room needing AARP cards, the Buffalo Bills invest a 3rd round pick in Devin Singletary from FAU. Does a running back who had over 700 touches in college have longevity in the NFL?
With the dust settling on the 2019 NFL Draft, Hashtag had a couple of bets that they had to settle. After that, Paul and Mario try to set the Buffalo Bills fans at ease by highlighting how many teams don't always hit on all their picks.
With the dust settling from the 2019 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills have secured 2 starters on both offense and defense with the drafting of Ed Oliver (9th overall) and Cody Ford (38th overall).