The NFL is now in the slow time of the off-season as the draft and OTA's are now complete and now fans will have to wait until training camp to get their football fix.
The Buffalo Bills were very active this off-season as they made some terrific free agent signings and used the draft well to fill holes in their roster. This team struggled rushing the passer last season and the front office was pro-active in signing Mario Williams and Mark Anderson, both players are very good at pressuring opposing quarterbacks and will make the defensive better in the upcoming season.
The team used the draft to fill a big need at corner with their choice of Stephon Gilmore and Ron Brooks, but these two youngsters will need to play well this year or this team could end up playing several high scoring games this year.
The front office did everything possible to make this team a contender this year and now the players will need to step up and earn those big contracts that they signed. The grade this off-season for the Buffalo Bills is a solid B for this team, but if Williams and Anderson stay healthy and produce, this could become an A and Buffalo could become a sleeper team in the upcoming NFL season.