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    Ranking Buffalo Bills Rookies by Potential Impact in 2020

    We’re into year four of Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott’s regime and, after finishing with ten wins and making the playoffs for the second time, it’s clear the Bills have one of the more complete rosters in the NFL. With such a well-stacked roster, the newly drafted rookies and undrafted free agents may find it difficult to contribute (especially early on in the season) barring injury. Below, we take a look at which rookies—including key undrafted free agents—should be expected make immediate contributions to the team, and which ones should expect to find themselves firmly planted on the bench.

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    Re: Ranking Buffalo Bills Rookies by Potential Impact in 2020

    I’m thinking Bass is the winner here. Simply because if he wins the job and matches his hype, he’ll have probably won us a game. Kickers being kickers.

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    Bass is a good choice, if he can beat out Hauschka/Bojorquez/Vedvik. I'd be compelled to put Moss in the top spot, however...he's going to get touches every game (as long as Daboll can figure out how to use him) and Singletary will probably get dinged and miss some snaps from time to time.
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    Re: Ranking Buffalo Bills Rookies by Potential Impact in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat View Post
    Bass is a good choice, if he can beat out Hauschka/Bojorquez/Vedvik. I'd be compelled to put Moss in the top spot, however...he's going to get touches every game (as long as Daboll can figure out how to use him) and Singletary will probably get dinged and miss some snaps from time to time.
    Bass only has to beat Hauschka. The others are punting. Once you pick that positional player, it casts doubt on certain others that play that position. With PK, you only have 1 guy who the staff has doubts about.

    Hodgins will have his own competition with Duke Williams and Robert Foster for the final couple wide receiver spots.

    Not much competition. I think Duke and Foster blew their chance, or this productive prospect doesn't get drafted. Davis and Hodgins could both see more action than we think this year, since both have a knack for winning contested balls in the red zone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Night Train View Post
    Bass only has to beat Hauschka. The others are punting. Once you pick that positional player, it casts doubt on certain others that play that position. With PK, you only have 1 guy who the staff has doubts about.

    Hodgins will have his own competition with Duke Williams and Robert Foster for the final couple wide receiver spots.

    Not much competition. I think Duke and Foster blew their chance, or this productive prospect doesn't get drafted. Davis and Hodgins could both see more action than we think this year, since both have a knack for winning contested balls in the red zone.
    Exactly how I see things playing out.

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    Re: Ranking Buffalo Bills Rookies by Potential Impact in 2020

    At worst this draft will be like picking up Shaq, Karlos Williams, and Marcus Easely


    Its a safe draft with some good potential


    Allen, Edmunds, and White we're more impact picks

    This draft is just solid
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    Foster blew his chance. The Bills held Duke Williams off the field too long last year though. He wasn't game ready when he was finally put in at the end of the year. He deserves a second shot. Foster, however, I've seen enough.
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    Re: Ranking Buffalo Bills Rookies by Potential Impact in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Swiper View Post
    Foster blew his chance. The Bills held Duke Williams off the field too long last year though. He wasn't game ready when he was finally put in at the end of the year. He deserves a second shot. Foster, however, I've seen enough.
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    Re: Ranking Buffalo Bills Rookies by Potential Impact in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Swiper View Post
    Foster blew his chance. The Bills held Duke Williams off the field too long last year though. He wasn't game ready when he was finally put in at the end of the year. He deserves a second shot. Foster, however, I've seen enough.
    Duke faces an uphill battle as well.

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