The Buffalo Bills have been the center of a lot of talk this offseason. Universally praised for their dedication to improving, they've focused on doing more of what made them the highest scoring offense in the NFL to start the season while addressing the the painfully obvious needs on the defensive side of the ball.
They brought in Mario Williams to shore up the pass rush (paying him almost what the rest of the line makes together) and drafted a hungry young corner in Stephon Gilmore.
They re-signed the keys of their offensive success last year (i.e. Fred Jackson, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Stevie Johnson) and pieced together their weak spots, drafting left tackle prize Cordy Glenn and speedy receiver T.J. Graham.
So... Now that the pieces all seem to be there... Now that the Bills have their holes filled and their depth very much deepened... Now that Buddy Nix seems satisfied with the team... Now what?
The playoffs. That's the goal now. There's no more room for excuses this season, it's...