Receiver David Nelson sees no reason why the Buffalo Bills can't be one of the NFL's most productive offenses this season.
In beginning to shed their adopted ''No-Name'' label last season, the Bills' collection of castoffs and journeymen showed signs of a spark in helping the team get off to a surprising 5-2 start before unraveling en route to a 6-10 finish.
With a little more consistency and a few less injuries, Nelson believes they're capable of taking the next step and proving it over a 16-game schedule this year.
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick called the offense finishing in the top 10 a legitimate goal.
Expectations are high as the Bills wrapped up a three-day mandatory minicamp Thursday. Next up is training camp, which opens in Rochester on July 26.