Bills trade shows they’re all in to ending playoff drought
By Brandon J. Koch
Sitting at 5-2 and in pretty good shape in the AFC, the Bills upgraded their offense in acquiring wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin from the Carolina Panthers.
One thing is clear after the deadline deal at the buzzer: The Bills are all in on ending this playoff drought.
Yeah we all know it’s been 17 years, you don’t have to tell me again. I’m pretty sure this is embedded into every Bills fans mind.
At first reaction, I think it’s a good move. A move the Bills were looking for. They were interested in Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry, but Miami wanted no part in him being in the AFC East.
Some are concerned over the 3rd round pick Beane and company gave up.
The Bills still have plenty of draft ammo.
This Bills regime will never change it’s mindset and course of action in what they’ve been talking about since Sean McDermott walked through that door at One Bills Drive:
Respecting the process.
Trying to get better each and every day. I’m pretty sure the Bills think this offense got better today. We all know the defense is very good.
So why not add a 6’5″ receiver to try and help this offense get over the hump?
Bravo to this front office ~ they’re going for it.