It might be a bit early for power rankings, but NFL.com senior analyst Gil Brandt took a stab at it here in mid-June and the ranking for the Bills was pretty favorable.
Brandt had Buffalo ranked 13th overall and praised the front office and head coach Chan Gailey for the job they’ve done the past couple of years, and the additions made this offseason in particular.
The Bills had a fine offseason, shoring things up on both sides of the ball. Defensively, they landed one of the crown jewels of this free-agent class in Mario Williams, and also brought in defensive end Mark Anderson. On the other side of the ball, they secured new deals with two integral pieces: wide receiver Stevie Johnson and running back Fred Jackson. Chan Gailey deserves more credit than he receives. He improves every team he coaches.
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