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We will know by the end of the year whether former Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor was holding the team back or buying them extra wins soon enough. Taylor will ply his wares in Cleveland, while Buffalo hopes that AJ McCarron is this season’s Jimmy Garoppolo. With LeSean McCoy and an above-average defense around him, the Buffalo quarterback doesn’t have to be Aaron Rodgers.
But Buffalo is already hedging their bets. As rumors swirl that Nathan “Picked-off” Peterman might win the job behind an undermanned offensive front, we wonder if the Bills will win more games than Taylor’s Browns in 2018.
This is how we see the Buffalo Bills’ 2018 season unfolding, game-by-game:
Week 1: Bills (0-0) at Ravens (0-0)
Last season’s playoff appearance seemed more unlikely after an uninspired opening day performance in Baltimore. Taylor threw for only 111 yards and LeSean McCoy never got going. The Bills return to the scene of that debacle.
Baltimore appears to have added an offense to their repertoire for 2018. This could look even uglier than their 2017 opener. (Ravens 24-10)
Week 2: Chargers (1-0) at Bills (0-1)
Nathan Peterman threw his five interceptions against the Chargers last season in one of the worst losses in Bills history. The final was 54-24 in Los Angeles.
It would be something to watch if Peterman is starting again in Week 2. It is not likely we will see a repeat of last season’s carnage; but it’s not likely we will see a Bills victory, either. (Chargers 28-13)
Week 3: Bills (0-2) at Vikings (2-0)
Bills’ general manager, Brandon Beane, explained in the offseason that he did not think his team was “close enough” to warrant spending a fortune on quarterback Kirk Cousins. He said teams needing only a quarterback to get over the hump would grossly overspend.
Minnesota proved him right. That doesn’t make it any easier on the Bills fans who can only wonder what it would be like to have a franchise quarterback on the field. How long before they start chanting for rookie Josh Rosen? (Vikings 27-6)
Week 4: Bills (0-3) at Packers (2-1)
You might have noticed that the schedule makers did the Bills no favors over the first four games. Aaron Rodgers is back, and he is enjoying the Packers’ third-place schedule. Only a shootout loss to the Vikings blemishes his early returns.
Bills fans continue to dream about a franchise quarterback. By the way… the Browns won a game last week. Tyrod Taylor is the fifth-ranked fantasy quarterback in the league going into in Week 4. (Packers 31-21)
Week 5: Titans (2-2) at Bills (0-4)
Tennessee is coming off two games against the Jaguars and Eagles. They expect a relatively easy time of things in Buffalo this week.
Alas, you can’t lose them all. LeSean McCoy goes off against the Titans run defense and makes Bills fans forget about the quarterback for a while. (Bills 21-17)
Week 6: Bills (1-4) at Texans (3-2)
Houston is on a roll after an 0-2 start. The Bills do well to hold Deshaun Watson under 300 yards in front of the Texans’ home crowd.
But AJ McCarron (or Nathan Peterman) can barely hand the ball off to McCoy before the Texan defense gets a hold on him. It spells another long day for the Bills. (Houston 24-12)
Week 7: Bills (1-5) at Colts (2-4)
Buffalo wanders into a city with its own quarterback controversy. Andrew Luck is struggling to regain his form behind what is still an awful offensive line. Fans are clamoring for Jacoby Brissett to step back in.
Even a damaged franchise quarterback is better than career backups. The Colts go all-in on stopping the running game and the Bills passers can’t take advantage of it. The Bills lose the most winnable game on the first half of their schedule. (Colts 17-14)
Week 8: Patriots (5-2) at Bills (1-6)
Buffalo fans aren’t letting a 1-6 record get in the way of their first Monday Night Football appearance in ten years. They leave work early to assure sufficient tail-gaiting time and a proper reception forTom Brady and company.
LeSean McCoy gets 40 touches and the defense makes it a game, but the Patriots are too much for this season’s Bills. We’re treated to great visuals from the Monday Night Football crew, but it’s another loss for the home team. (Patriots 24-19)
Week 9: Bears (3-4) at Bills (1-7)
Chicago shuffles into Buffalo off a bad loss to the Jets. They are determined not to lose to another mediocre (or bad) AFC East team this week.
Both teams boast solid defenses and a strong featured runner. Mitch Trubisky isn’t doing much better than the Buffalo quarterbacks, but he is doing well enough to bring the Bears back to .500. Josh Allen chants are getting louder in Orchard Park. (Bears 21-17)
Week 10: Bills (1-8) at Jets (3-6)
New York is surprised there is another team with more issues than they have. Both defenses are determined to win another game going into their bye weeks.
Bills fans learn that their Jets counterparts yell “Sam Darnold” louder than they can yell “Josh Allen”. Perhaps it is just the acoustics at MetLife Stadium. In an ugly defensive battle, the Jets pull out a meager victory. (Jets 13-10)
Week 11 – the Bills are on their bye week.
Week 12: Jaguars (7-3) at Bills (1-9)
Bills fans come out to find a new body in the offensive backfield, but it isn’t the franchise quarterback they yearn for. Instead, it is former Jaguar, Chris Ivory, lining up next to and in front of LeSean McCoy in a new two-back look.
Buffalo moves the ball against the stout Jacksonville defense, but punching it into the end zone proves difficult. A valiant effort in front of a frenzied crowd goes for naught as Blake Bortles does just enough to stop the upset bid. (Jaguars 22-16)
Week 13: Bills (1-10) at Dolphins (4-7)
Buffalo activates Josh Rosen for this game behind McCarron. Perhaps that is the motivation McCarron needed.
Continuing with the two-back running attack, McCarron has the best game of the season for any Buffalo quarterback. There is new life in Buffalo. (Bills 31-13)
Week 14: Jets (4-8) at Bills (2-10)
Alas, rumors of a Bills quarterback solution are unfounded. The Bills come home and lay an egg against the rival Jets. Things get testy, proving the Bills still have some heart. But the Bills can’t beat the Jets. The Jets can’t beat the Dolphins. The Dolphins can’t beat the Bills.
This assures the Patriots the only winning record in the AFC East. (Jets 20-10)
Week 15: Lions (8-5) at Bills (2-11)
Detroit comes into a chilly Buffalo sitting in a wild card spot. They face Minnesota and Green Bay in the final two weeks and need a victory over lowly Buffalo to help secure their post-season bid.
In a consummate trap game for the Lions, Buffalo’s running game takes over. McCoy and Ivory help Buffalo control the clock and the defense comes up big when it needs to. Detroit’s playoff hopes take a blow in one of the season’s biggest upsets. (Buffalo 24-20)
Week 16: Bills (3-11) at Patriots (10-4)
It’s tough to maintain momentum when you have to face an angry and injured Tom Brady in a must-win game for the Patriots.
Brady and Belichick might remember some of the Bills fans’ Week 8 Monday Night taunts and banners as they run up the score with Brian Hoyer playing the second half. (Patriots 35-0)
Week 17 Dolphins (4-11) at Bills (3-12)
Neither team seems very interested in winning this game, but you would have to be really, really disinterested to lose to the Dolphins at this point.
LeSean McCoy somehow tops 1,000 yards for the season and helps usher out the Adam Gase era in Miami at the same time. (Bills 16-10) .
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What happens next?
The Pegula family, who own the Bills, have shown enough patience over the years to think that Sean McDermott and his staff will be back next season. With another offseason to rebuild their offensive line and find a wide receiver, Buffalo should be closer to the 2017 version than this year’s disaster before their next opening day.
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