2019 NFL Power Rankings: Los Angeles Rams in good shape with free agency underway

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28. Buffalo Bills

One year after emerging as a surprise playoff contender in the AFC, the Buffalo Bills took a bit of a step back in 2018 by only winning six games, but at least they appear to have found a new quarterback to build the franchise around.

At the time of last year’s draft, the Bills drew questions over their decision to go with Josh Allen when taking a closer look at some of the other quarterbacks available, but no one seems to be questioning this anymore thanks to his rookie campaign.

Like most rookies, Allen certainly has a few areas to improve on heading into his sophomore NFL season, but at least his level of play from 2018 made some doubters feel better about where Buffalo stands in regards to the quarterback position.

Bringing in a speedy deep threat in John Brown along with Cole Beasley for a reliable slot player will certainly make life much easier for Allen under center since the youngster now has a few better options to work with in the passing game.

Also, the Bills deserve credit for convincing Frank Gore to come on board since the veteran running back continues to show he has some gas left in that old tank of his.