Buffalo Bills Roster 2019 Bills Roster

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The Bills are heading into the 2019 season far more equipped than we've been accustomed to in recent years. It's still hard to believe they made the playoffs in 2017, as prior to that it had been 17 years since a post-season appearance. They finished last season with a record of 6-10. They've gone all in on Josh Allen and surrounded him with a slew of young wide receiver talent. Their backfield is comprised of LeSean McCoy, Frank Gore, TJ Yeldon, Devin Singletary (3rd round draft pick), and Marcus Murphy. Yes it's a stacked depth at the RB position, but the Bills will put it to good use this season. The defense ins't too shabby either, as the Bills are in possession of a very strong secondary. The most notable player in the secondary is CB Tre'Davious White. Sean McDermott returns for his 3rd season as head coach of the Bills. He's 15-17 with 1 playoff loss since taking on the Bills job.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Josh Allen Josh Allen J. Allen 17
75
#39 QB 1 6'5" 237 23 5/21/96 2 2018 1 7 Wyoming
QB Matt Barkley Matt Barkley M. Barkley 5
73
#53 QB 2 6'2" 227 28 9/8/90 7 2013 4 98 USC
QB Tyree Jackson Tyree Jackson T. Jackson 6
74
#46 QB 3 6'7" 249 21 11/7/97 0 2019 Buffalo
RB LeSean McCoy LeSean McCoy L. McCoy 25
82
#27 RB 1 5'10" 198 30 7/12/88 11 2009 2 53 Pittsburgh
RB Frank Gore Frank Gore F. Gore 28
81
#34 RB 2 5'9" 217 36 5/14/83 15 2005 3 65 Miami
RB TJ Yeldon TJ Yeldon T. Yeldon 29
79
#47 RB 3 6'1" 226 25 10/2/93 5 2015 2 36 Alabama
RB Devin Singletary Devin Singletary D. Singletary 40
76
#71 RB 4 5'7" 203 21 9/3/97 0 2019 3 74 Florida Atlantic
RB Marcus Murphy Marcus Murphy M. Murphy 22
72
#117 RB 6 5'8" 189 27 10/3/91 4 2015 7 230 Missouri
RB Senorise Perry Senorise Perry S. Perry 32
63
#185 RB 7 6'0" 187 27 9/19/91 5 2014 Louisville
OT Cody Ford Cody Ford C. Ford 70
75
#63 OT 1 6'4" 329 22 12/28/96 0 2019 2 38 Oklahoma
OT Dion Dawkins Dion Dawkins D. Dawkins 73
76
#59 OT 1 6'4" 317 25 4/26/94 3 2017 2 63 Temple
OT Jeremiah Sirles Jeremiah Sirles J. Sirles 71
67
#144 OT 2 6'6" 315 27 8/8/91 6 2014 Nebraska
OT Ty Nsekhe Ty Nsekhe T. Nsekhe 77
74
#74 OT 2 6'8" 325 33 10/27/85 5 2012 Texas State
OT LaAdrian Waddle LaAdrian Waddle L. Waddle 74
70
#119 OT 3 6'6" 321 27 7/21/91 7 2013 Texas Tech
OT Conor McDermott Conor McDermott C. McDermott 68
67
#140 OT 3 6'8" 305 26 10/19/92 3 2017 6 211 UCLA
ILB Tremaine Edmunds Tremaine Edmunds T. Edmunds 49
75
#53 ILB 1 6'4" 253 21 5/2/98 2 2018 1 16
ILB Julian Stanford Julian Stanford J. Stanford 51
65
#107 ILB 2 6'1" 229 28 9/2/90 6 2012 Wagner - NY
ILB Vosean Joseph Vosean Joseph V. Joseph 11
71
#75 ILB 3 6'1" 230 21 12/15/97 0 2019 5 147 Florida
OLB Lorenzo Alexander Lorenzo Alexander L. Alexander 57
86
#11 OLB 1 6'2" 275 36 5/31/83 13 2005 California
OLB Matt Milano Matt Milano M. Milano 58
77
#38 OLB 1 6'0" 216 24 3/17/95 3 2017 5 163 Boston College
OLB Corey Thompson Corey Thompson C. Thompson 52
67
#132 OLB 2 6'1" 224 25 12/23/93 2 2018 LSU
OLB Deon Lacey Deon Lacey D. Lacey 44
66
#143 OLB 2 6'1" 227 28 7/18/90 3 2013 West Alabama
OLB Tyrel Dodson Tyrel Dodson T. Dodson 53
71
#99 OLB 3 6'0" 237 21 6/25/98 0 2019 Texas A&M
OLB Eli Harold Eli Harold E. Harold 59
67
#135 OLB 3 6'3" 247 25 1/20/94 5 2015 3 79 Virginia
SS Micah Hyde Micah Hyde M. Hyde 23
87
#6 SS 1 6'0" 197 28 12/31/90 7 2013 5 159 Iowa
SS Maurice Alexander Maurice Alexander M. Alexander 41
72
#50 SS 2 6'1" 220 28 2/16/91 5 2014 4 110 Utah State
SS Siran Neal Siran Neal S. Neal 33
69
#60 SS 3 6'0" 206 24 8/4/94 2 2018 5 154
P Corey Bojorquez Corey Bojorquez C. Bojorquez 9
73
#32 P 1 6'0" 200 22 9/13/96 2 2018 New Mexico
P Cory Carter Cory Carter C. Carter 7
65
#47 P 2 5'10" 185 25 3/5/94 2 2017 Texas Southern
FS Jordan Poyer Jordan Poyer J. Poyer 21
85
#11 FS 1 6'0" 191 28 4/25/91 7 2013 7 218 Oregon State
FS Jaquan Johnson Jaquan Johnson J. Johnson 46
76
#35 FS 3 5'10" 191 23 11/13/95 0 2019 6 181 Miami
LS Reid Ferguson Reid Ferguson R. Ferguson 69
60
#46 LS 6'1" 243 25 3/24/94 3 2016 LSU
C Mitch Morse Mitch Morse M. Morse 60
83
#11 C 1 6'5" 305 27 4/21/92 5 2015 2 49 Missouri
C Russell Bodine Russell Bodine R. Bodine 66
72
#42 C 2 6'3" 310 26 6/30/92 6 2014 4 111 North Carolina
DT Harrison Phillips Harrison Phillips H. Phillips 99
72
#90 DT 1 6'3" 307 23 1/25/96 2 2018 3 96 Stanford
DT Ed Oliver Ed Oliver E. Oliver 91
70
#107 DT 1 6'2" 287 21 12/12/97 0 2019 1 9 Houston
DT Star Lotulelei Star Lotulelei S. Lotulelei 98
77
#37 DT 2 6'2" 311 29 12/20/89 7 2013 1 14 Utah
DT Jordan Phillips Jordan Phillips J. Phillips 97
76
#54 DT 2 6'5" 329 26 9/21/92 5 2015 2 52 Oklahoma
DT Quindarius Thagard Quindarius Thagard Q. Thagard 41
76
#48 DT 6'4" 291 23 12/5/95 0 2019 Alabama-Birmingham
LB Juwan Foggie Juwan Foggie J. Foggie 48
77
#5 LB 6'1" 234 23 11/2/95 0 2019 North Carolina-Charlotte
WR Robert Foster Robert Foster R. Foster 16
68
#268 WR 1 6'2" 196 25 5/7/94 2 2018
WR Zay Jones Zay Jones Z. Jones 11
77
#90 WR 1 6'2" 202 24 3/30/95 3 2017 2 37 East Carolina
WR John Brown John Brown J. Brown 2
81
#50 WR 1 5'10" 179 29 4/3/90 6 2014 3 91 Pittsburg State
WR Andre Roberts Andre Roberts A. Roberts 8
74
#158 WR 2 5'11" 195 31 1/9/88 10 2010 3 88 Citadel
WR Cole Beasley Cole Beasley C. Beasley 10
84
#32 WR 2 5'8" 177 30 4/26/89 8 2012 SMU
WR Ray-Ray McCloud Ray-Ray McCloud R. McCloud 14
67
#290 WR 3 5'9" 190 22 10/15/96 2 2018 6 187
WR Da'mari Scott Da'mari Scott D. Scott 15
65
#327 WR 4 6'1" 205 23 8/8/95 2 2018
WR D'Haquille Williams D'Haquille Williams D. Williams 0
#23 WR 1
WR David Sills V David Sills V D. S. V 1
72
#212 WR 6'3" 211 23 5/29/96 0 2019 West Virginia
WR Nick Easley Nick Easley N. Easley 86
74
#163 WR 5'11" 206 22 1/14/97 0 2019 Iowa
DB Rafael Bush Rafael Bush R. Bush 20
73
#11 DB 1 5'11" 195 32 5/12/87 9 2010 South Carolina State
TE Lee Smith Lee Smith L. Smith 85
76
#56 TE 1 6'6" 269 31 11/21/87 9 2011 5 159 Marshall
TE Dawson Knox Dawson Knox D. Knox 88
77
#42 TE 2 6'4" 254 22 11/14/96 0 2019 3 96 Ole Miss
TE Tyler Kroft Tyler Kroft T. Kroft 81
76
#51 TE 3 6'5" 246 26 10/15/92 5 2015 3 85 Rutgers
TE Jason Croom Jason Croom J. Croom 80
75
#69 TE 4 6'5" 246 25 2/28/94 2 2017 Tennessee
TE Tommy Sweeney Tommy Sweeney T. Sweeney 89
73
#86 TE 5 6'4" 251 23 7/1/95 0 2019 7 228 Boston College
TE Nate Becker Nate Becker N. Becker 84
71
#108 TE 6'5" 264 23 3/24/96 0 2019 Miami (OH)
TE Mik'quan Deane Mik'quan Deane M. Deane 85
74
#76 TE 6'2" 233 0 2019 Western Kentucky
TE Moral Stephens Moral Stephens M. Stephens 82
77
#46 TE 6'4" 247 0 2019 Florida
DE Jerry Hughes Jerry Hughes J. Hughes 55
85
#25 DE 1 6'2" 255 30 8/13/88 10 2010 1 31 TCU
DE Trent Murphy Trent Murphy T. Murphy 93
80
#47 DE 1 6'5" 250 28 12/22/90 6 2014 2 47 Stanford
DE Shaq Lawson Shaq Lawson S. Lawson 90
82
#37 DE 2 6'3" 269 25 6/17/94 4 2016 1 19 Clemson
DE Eddie Yarbrough Eddie Yarbrough E. Yarbrough 54
62
#202 DE 2 6'2" 253 26 4/24/93 3 2016 Wyoming
DE Darryl Johnson Jr. Darryl Johnson Jr. D. J. Jr. 92
76
#83 DE 3 6'6" 253 22 4/4/97 0 2019 7 225 North Carolina A&T
DE Leterrius Walton Leterrius Walton L. Walton 63
68
#161 DE 6'5" 319 27 3/31/92 5 2015 6 199 Central Michigan
FB Patrick DiMarco Patrick DiMarco P. DiMarco 42
85
#3 FB 5 6'1" 240 30 3/26/89 8 2011 South Carolina
CB Kevin Johnson Kevin Johnson K. Johnson 36
76
#111 CB 1 6'0" 188 26 8/5/92 5 2015 1 16 Wake Forest
CB Tre'Davious White Tre'Davious White T. White 27
86
#20 CB 1 5'11" 191 24 1/16/95 3 2017 1 27 LSU
CB Taron Johnson Taron Johnson T. Johnson 24
73
#140 CB 2 5'11" 192 22 7/27/96 2 2018 4 121
CB EJ Gaines EJ Gaines E. Gaines 26
74
#137 CB 2 5'10" 190 27 2/23/92 6 2014 6 188 Missouri
CB Lafayette Pitts Lafayette Pitts L. Pitts 30
61
#239 CB 3 5'10" 200 26 9/24/92 4 2016 Pittsburgh
CB Ryan Lewis Ryan Lewis R. Lewis 38
65
#232 CB 5'11" 191 25 4/15/94 2 2017 Pittsburgh
G Quinton Spain Quinton Spain Q. Spain 67
78
#31 G 1 6'4" 334 27 8/7/91 5 2015 West Virginia
G Spencer Long Spencer Long S. Long 61
76
#51 G 1 6'5" 320 28 11/8/90 6 2014 3 78 Nebraska
G Wyatt Teller Wyatt Teller W. Teller 75
76
#43 G 2 6'4" 314 24 11/21/94 2 2018 5 166
G Jon Feliciano Jon Feliciano J. Feliciano 76
61
#150 G 2 6'4" 323 27 2/10/92 5 2015 4 128 Miami
G Ike Boettger Ike Boettger I. Boettger 65
68
#117 G 3 6'6" 307 24 10/5/94 2 2018
G Vladimir Ducasse Vladimir Ducasse V. Ducasse 62
76
#50 G 3 6'4" 325 31 10/15/87 10 2010 2 61 Massachusetts
K Steven Hauschka Steven Hauschka S. Hauschka 4
76
#29 K 1 6'4" 210 33 6/29/85 12 2008 North Carolina State

Top 3 Bills Roster Questions of 2019-2020

How will the Bills utilize their RBs?

As it stands now, the Bills will be taking 5 RBs into the 2019 season with them. Let's take a look at those 5 RBs and break them down. Marcus Murphy is an elusive, quick RB. Although he didn't post any TDs with the Bills last season, he ran the ball 52 times for 250 yards. He likely won't have a starting role, but if he's on the roster come the first game of the season, expect him to get a few touches per game. Draft pick Devin Singletary seems to be a long-term project for the Bills. He sits behind a bunch of guys with a lot of talent and more experience, but he can learn a lot in a year and apply that come the 2020 season. The Bills signed T.J. Yeldon in free agency this offseason on a 2 year $3.2 million dollar contract. He serves as a great 3rd down RB. Frank Gore hardly needs an explanation, but to get you up to speed, he's currently 36 and signed with the Bills in the offseason. Running for Miami last year, he finished with a Pro Football Focus grade of 81.4 which was the 11th best at of any RBs in the league. LeSean McCoy will almost certainly be RB1. Since being traded to the Bills in 2015, he's earned the Pro-Bowl accolade 3 times. He didn't have a great season last year, but he will still be the Bills' starting RB.

How did the Bills improve their offense in the offseason?

By many accounts, the Bills had one of the worst offensive lines in all of football last year. They addressed this in the offseason, though, by drafting offensive lineman Cory Ford, as well as making many OL signings. Those signings include Mitch Morse, Quinton Spain, Ty Nsekhe, Spencer Long, Jon Feliciano, and LaAdrian Waddle. O-line was one of the main issues for the Bills in 2019, so if even a few of these signings were successful, it'll make all the difference in the world for this Bills team. A few skill player additions they made will also help to make the offense more productive and help Josh Allen out.

What can we expect from Josh Allen this year?

Josh Allen had an interesting first NFL season with the Bills in 2018. He started the year out slow, then went down for four games with an elbow injury, then returned to finish off the year performing pretty well. After coming back from his injury, Allen had at least 95 rushing yards in four separate games. On top of this, he rushed for 5 TDs after returning. There's a good chance Allen has a better year in 2019. First, because he will simply have more experience under his belt. But secondly, the Bills upgraded their WR corps in the offseason. They also spruced up the offensive line which will give Allen a much fairer chance to showcase his ability throwing the ball.