32. Buffalo Bills
Sunday was a day to forget for the Buffalo Bills when looking at how awful of a performance they put together when facing the Baltimore Ravens, as this game was well over before halftime even rolled around. Quarterback was a major issue for the Bills heading into 2018 since nobody really knew what to expect from Nathan Peterman or Josh Allen, but Week 1 made it clear both players look like a work in progress.
Even if Baltimore deserves credit for the way they played on defense, this performance by Buffalo on offense was a complete disaster, and it’s going to be tough to reach the playoffs for a second year in a row if the poor play continues. At this rate, the Bills may end up being better off just sticking with Allen moving forward to give the rookie a better chance of quickly developing into the player the team needs him to be on offense while building for the future.
Buffalo never would have traded up in the first round to land Allen if they didn’t believe he has potential to be the franchise quarterback they’ve been looking for. It’s unfair to give Allen a hard time over his disappointing performance since Peterman was the starter, but Sunday in general was frustrating in all areas for the Bills.