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Buffalo Bills drop in ESPN's Post Free Agency Power Rankings

ESPN isn't impressed with Buffalo's free agency moves.

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:

Stats & Information's take: The Bills don't have much cap space, and it shows. Their two free-agent signings -- safety Robert Blanton and TE Jim Dray -- combined to play 641 snaps last season.

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.


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