By Justin DiLoro
The Buffalo Bills are on the cusp of what could be dynamic offseason. General Manager Brandon Beane and Head Coach Sean McDermott are at the helm for a full offseason for the first time together. While the team is meandering through the oft-mentioned process, it’s not unreasonable to think that the main goals of the team’s rebuild have accelerated due to the Bills’ success last season.
Buffalo is coming off its first playoff game in 17 years and anything less than a playoff berth in 2018 can be deemed insufficient for this franchise. While many things went the Bills’ way last season, it’s difficult to believe that everything could fall into place once again.
Here are the biggest questions that Buffalo faces this offseason.
This is the elephant in the room. Taylor has guided the Bills over the past three seasons since his acquisition from Baltimore. He has demonstrated an athleticism that has bailed his offensive line out on several occasions. In addition, he is the first quarterback since 1999 to lead Buffalo to postseason play.
However, Taylor does have his limitations, as some of his struggles in reading schemes have been exposed by opposing defenses. Taylor took a massive pay cut to remain with the team last season. Combined with a strong quarterback draft and the Bills flexibility to move up and draft a high-level quarterback, Taylor’s future with the Buffalo is in a tenuous...