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Flex On ‘Em – Week 12

It’s getting down to the wire for most fantasy leagues; the playoffs are a week or two away. This is it. So be ready to

Guards that Fit the Bills’ Archetype

Another in a series of articles that will attempt to match the Beane-McDermott archetypes with the players who may declare for this year’s draft. The Need:  The Bills used more power or gap schemes in 2015 and 2016, and OC Rick Dennison and OL coach Juan Castillo brought in more zone blocking schemes (ZBS), which often use heavier linemen. They’ve since reverted to using a hybrid mix of blocking schemes, favoring more athletic linemen. It’s safe

Cornerbacks that Fit the Bills’ Archetype

The Need: The Bills may have found their scheme fit at cornerback in RD1 of the 2017 NFL Draft. They traded down 17 slots, past Marshon Lattimore, picked up the Chiefs’ RD1 in the coming draft, and still nabbed a top CB in Tre’Davious White. Tre was tested early and often out of the gate as a rookie. He broke up 11 passes before the Bye Week, but only 2 since then. Why? Offensive coordinators have

Quarterbacks That Fit The Bills’ Archetype

The Need:  Bills were 10th in points per game in 2016, and now they’re 23rd.  They possess the 30th-ranked passing offense in yardage, and are the 24th-best passing offense in opponent adjusted efficiency. They were 1st in rushing TDs a year ago, and now they’re 16th.  Is this offensive swoon Dennison’s or Tyrod Taylor’s fault? Buffalo hasn’t had the sustained benefit of Kelvin Benjamin and Jordan Matthews, and lacks its starting LT, Cordy Glenn. The

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