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Eight Takeaways from Buffalo Bills’ Season-Opening Overtime Win Over Chicago Bears

Sunday, September 7th, 2014
Robert Woods was the star of Buffalo's offense in the Bills' season-opening win against the Chicago Bears. (Photo: Mike Dinovo — USA Today Sports)

Robert Woods was the star of Buffalo’s offense in the Bills’ season-opening win against the Chicago Bears. (Photo: Mike Dinovo — USA Today Sports)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope

The Buffalo Bills weren’t able to come out on top in regulation, but they were able to pull together a win in overtime against the Chicago Bears, on the road, in their 2014 regular season opener.

Buffalo won the turnover battle, three to one, and had overall solid performances from all three of its units: offense, defense and special teams.

What did Buffalo do well to start its season with a one in the W column, and what must it do better to continue winning games and do so without needing overtime? Feel free to chime in and let us know what you think was positive or negative about the Bills’ season opener, but here’s a look at eight things we saw on the field Sunday.

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Labor Day: Buffalo Bills Release Week 1 Depth Chart, Name Captains, Continue to Fill Practice Squad

Monday, September 1st, 2014
Third-round pick Preston Brown is set to start in place of Nigel Bradham at weakside linebacker in the Bills' season opener Sunday. (Photo: Timothy T. Ludwig — USA Today Sports)

Third-round pick Preston Brown is set to start in place of Nigel Bradham at weakside linebacker in the Bills’ season opener Sunday. (Photo: Timothy T. Ludwig — USA Today Sports)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope

The Buffalo Bills stayed busy on Labor Day in their preparations for their season opener against the Chicago Bears on Sunday. On Monday, the Bills released their first in-season depth chart of the year, announced their six team captains and continued to make additions to their practice squad.

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Ranking Every Player on the 2014 Buffalo Bills Roster, Pre-Training Camp

Sunday, July 20th, 2014

BBD’s editorial panel unanimously agreed that Mario Williams and Kyle Williams are the Buffalo Bills’ two best players going into the 2014 season. (Photo: Kevin Hoffman — USA Today Sports)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope
BBD Assistant Editor: Ryan Talbot
BBD Assistant Editor: Joe Marino

Training camp begins Sunday for the Buffalo Bills, and so will the process of filtering the team’s roster from 90 men down to 53. While they still have more than a month before they’ll actually have to make any cuts, the evaluation of how players fit the Bills and which players belong on the regular-season roster will begin immediately.

The competition of camp, however, isn’t limited only to those who need to prove themselves to make the roster. On a team that has no shortage of young talent but few established stars, just about everyone still has something to prove yet also has an opportunity to push their way up the depth chart this summer.

As camp rolls along into the preseason, it will become more clear which players are set for bigger roles in 2014, and which players might be falling out of favor this season. But as we get set for the Bills 2014 season to begin, the Buffalo Bills Draft editorial team has ranked the roster from top to bottom.

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Buffalo Bills State of the Roster: Defense and Special Teams

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Coming off a career-best season, Marcell Dareus’ adjustment to another new defensive scheme will be critical to Buffalo’s 2014 success. (Photo: Timothy T. Ludwig — USA Today Sports)

BBD Staff Writer: Ryan Glaze

The Buffalo Bills defense is currently in a state of flux as defensive coordinator Mike Pettine has left to become the head coach of the Cleveland Browns and subsequently, has pilfered three Bills assistant coaches from last year’s staff, one who had been hired by the Bills earlier this month (Jeff Hafley) and might be on the verge of hiring away defensive line coach Anthony Weaver.

The Bills reacted quickly and hired former Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz to replace Pettine. Though his staff isn’t completely solidified yet, it appears likely that Schwartz will bring his “Wide 9,” 4-3 based defense to Buffalo.

The good news for Schwartz is that he’s entering a kitchen with a well-stocked pantry. Buffalo’s defense was its stronger side of the ball last season, and with only one glaring exception, returns all of its key contributors who, for the most part, look to be solid fits for Schwartz’ scheme.

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Ranking Every Player on the Buffalo Bills Roster: 2013 Postseason Edition

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Was Kyle Williams the Buffalo Bills’ best player this season? (Photo: Kevin Hoffman — USA Today Sports)

BBD Editor: Dan Hope

BBD Assistant Editor: Ryan Talbot

Going into the season, BBD editors Dan Hope and Ryan Talbot ranked the Buffalo Bills’ training camp roster from top to bottom, and at the midseason mark, they went back over the 53-man roster at the time to evaluate the first half of the season. With the 2013 Bills season now completely in the books, it was time to take one more look at the 2013 roster and determine which players were the most, or least, productive this year.

The 53 players ranked are based on the team’s final roster with the exception of wide receiver Cordell Roberson, who was signed prior to the team’s last game to replace strong safety Aaron Williams, who was placed on injured reserve for the final game only. These rankings were intended to evaluate the players only on their performance in the 2013 season, and not to predict which players will be back with the Bills or make the biggest impact on the team in 2014.

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