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The Buffalo Bills fell in CBS' Post Free Agency Power Rankings

The Bills fell three spots in CBS' Post Free Agency Power Rankings

Heading into the offseason, Buffalo Bills GM Doug Whaley stated that the team wouldn't be very active in free agency. He wasn't kidding.

Besides re-signing a few of their own players, Buffalo only added two free agents to their roster: S Robert Blanton and TE Jim Dray. Since the Bills haven't added any notable players, it's no surprise that the team has fallen in post-free agency power rankings. On ESPN, Buffalo dropped from 18th to 21st.

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CBS' post-free agency power rankings were recently published and the Bills also dropped on their list. The team had previously been 14th but fell to 17th. 

Although the Bills fell, it wasn't all bad news. Pete Prisco, the writer of the power rankings, praised QB Tyrod Taylor. Here is what Prisco said about Buffalo:

The defense took a step back last season, which was strange under Rex Ryan. The big issue is whether Tyrod Taylor was a one-hit wonder or not. I don't think he was.

If Taylor builds upon his strong 2015 campaign, Buffalo will be just fine on every power rankings list.


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