Following the end of the NFL season, the Buffalo Bills found themselves at No. 18 on ESPN's post-Super Bowl Power Rankings.
On Tuesday, ESPN published their post-free agency Power Rankings and the Bills fell from 18th to 21st. Here's what ESPN said about Buffalo's new ranking:
Although Blanton and Dray are far from impact players, both are expected to see the field in 2016. Blanton will receive the opportunity to compete for a starting safety job and he'll serve on Buffalo's special teams units. As for Dray, the tight end has a chance to win Buffalo's second tight end job. He's a solid blocking option and an upgrade at receiver to last year's blocking tight end, Matthew Mulligan.
In addition to Buffalo's two newest players, the Bills also re-signed Richie Incognito and franchised Cordy Glenn. It seems that the voters did not consider the fact that the Bills will return their starting offensive line in 2016, a unit that helped Buffalo finish first in rushing.