3) Consistent QB Play
Credited with leading the Bills franchise to its first postseason berth in 17 years, Tyrod Taylor leaves with plenty of supporters who felt he deserved better. Truth is, so did Buffalo in regards to quarterback play. As special as Taylor can be in certain respects – his elusiveness made for quite the highlight reel during his three year’s starting under center – the offense was far too inconsistent under his guidance. To address the need, Buffalo signed A.J. McCarron and drafted gunslinger Josh Allen. Don’t forget about a lurking Nathan Peterman either. As training camp approaches it’s being framed as an open competition between the three for rights to be starting QB. Whoever wins the job will have to give more than Taylor did to return Buffalo to the promised land.