The Buffalo Bills defense could see a $300 million boost in 2019, according to a draft analysis from ESPN NFL draft analyst Mike Mayock.
The Bills defense ranked No. 9 in points allowed per game last season, according the Pro Football Focus grades.
With that, the Bills defense would rank No. 7 in pass defense in 2019.
Buffalo ranked No.”tied” with the Denver Broncos for the NFL’s sixth-best defense in 2016, according ESPN NFL scouting analyst Gil Brandt.
Mayock said that Buffalo would have to improve in the pass rush and the run defense to be better than No. 10.
Mayock also said that the Bills are the best team in the NFL heading into the 2019 season.
The Buffalo offense would rank fourth in rushing offense in 2019 and the Bills offense ranked No .
1 in the league last season.
Mayocks projection for the 2019 Bills’ offense was worth $36.5 million, according with a range of $36 million to $40 million per year.
The Bills are projected to finish the 2019 NFL season with the NFL MVP award, according Mayock, with Buffalo likely to win the AFC East division.
Buffalonians fans were excited to see a new coach in Tom Coughlin, who came from the Philadelphia Eagles.
The new coach would be expected to take the Bills to the playoffs.
Mayocks draft projection for 2019 is worth $39 million per season.
The Buffalo Bills will have a $3.7 billion cap hit for 2019, including $1.7 million in cap space for the signing of free agents.
The cap hit was set to go up $4.1 billion for 2020.