0-0, T-1st AFC East
Oh Buffalo, where do we even begin. LeSean McCoy is about as safe as it can get for running backs. McCoy is getting older, but continues to be leaned on in a run heavy offense. Buffalo went out and signed Chris Ivory, which gives Buffalo some depth if McCoy misses time. The passing game is where things get messy. Zay Jones and Kelvin Benjamin are going to log the most snaps at wide receiver, but Andre Holmes and Jeremy Kerley will see some time, yet with Buffalo's pass usage, it isn't the best scenario. Charles Clay will start the season as the starting tight end, but is always good for missing a few games. Nick O'Leary is the clear cut tight end to see snaps in his place. We have yet to see who will start at quarterback, but I would not be surprised to see all three get snaps throughout the season.