Just how good can the Bills be this season?
Josh Allen will have more familiarity with Brian Daboll’s offense and the defense is in year three with Leslie Frazier. That kind of continuity is a good thing.
But, at the end of the day — even with a revamped roster — it boils down to wins and losses.
The offense was one of the worst a season ago — finishing 30th out of 32 teams averaging less than 17 points per game.
The defense was the second best in the league, and think there’s still room for improvement.
“I think we’re going to keep getting better each and every day and I think the sky is the limit for us,” said safety Jordan Poyer near the end of minicamp. “I say the same thing on the other side of the ball. Josh has a bunch of weapons now and I think the sky is the limit for them and the entire team. We just continue to work and continue to grind, ad everybody doing their job and trusting in the process.”
The Bills will next return to the field for training camp, which officially begins July 25 at St. John Fisher College in Rochester.