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Changes on and off the field before the start of the 2014 season have the Buffalo Bills set up to move in an exciting direction. Here’s what to expect for 2014-2015.
New manager Doug Whaley has spent the off-season giving Manuel weapons and support. Whaley scored Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins, the best skill position player available in the draft. The Bills also brought in quarterback coach Todd Downing, a solid front office pickup from Detroit who did great things with Matthew Stafford.
Whaley made some less flashy off-season moves with big results: the Bills will take the field with the league’s heaviest offensive line. On defense, Buffalo picked up former New England linebacker Brandon Spikes, and held a rookie camp with plenty of new defensive ends and linebackers.
Also hired from Detroit is former Lions head coach Jim Schwartz. Schwartz is a welcome change of pace at defensive coordinator, with schemes that will do more to stop the run.
Finding a Stronger Offensive Line
Size matters. This year, the Bills will have the league's biggest offensive line -- literally. The team's 15 offensive linemen for 2014 have an average weight of 325.2 pounds (for perspective, the Oakland Raiders have the next biggest offensive line with an average weight of 320.2 pounds). New to the mix is second-round draft pick, offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio. Kouandjio is an All-American and two-time BCS champion with the University of Alabama. At 6-foot 6-inch and 332-pounds, he’s set to provide power and blocking where Erik Pears struggled the year before.
This is the memorial season of beloved long-time owner Ralph Wilson, who passed away March 25, 2014. It’s the perfect time to join some of the league’s most passionate fans and watch the Bills turn up the pressure on the AFC East. Don’t miss out—save on every ticket, every day with ScoreBig.