Link Link His shortcomings are well documented and are not difficult to see when you watch him. He's in the Osweiler category as a passer, but maybe only slightly ahead. This argument that the Bills scored 24 points a game is laughable. Did you not watch the Bills? First off, they let opponents score 28 or more on them 7 times. When the Patriots are up 41-17, they let the Bills run down the field and that's what they do, they run the ball. The Bills threw the ball the least in 2016 and ran it the second most behind only the Cowboys. Their yards per rush was best in the league at 5.3 yards. They have an excellent starter and an excellent backup at RB. Tyrod Taylor is not helping them score 24 points a game, if anything he hindered that offense. OB wouldn't have to change his offense for Tyrod Taylor. He'd miss open guys almost, if not as often as Osweiler. It doesn't matter what scheme you run if the QB is missing open receivers all the time. Interesting tidbit at the end where the Bills' writer says that the QB position has been largely ignored in the draft for far too long. The Bills drafted a QB in the 1st round, EJ Manuel, in 2013. They took Cardale Jones in the 4th round in 2016. Compare that to the Texans, who took Savage in the 4th round in 2014 and before that the last time they had taken a QB was Alex Brink in the 7th round in 2008. If Bills' fans and writers are saying that the Bills have ignored the QB position in the draft too long, what do you say about the Texans? Complete and utter failure? And you still have fans on here listing all the 1st round QBs and saying "well, who would you draft???" As if the 1st round is the only round that QBs are eligible to be drafted and that this trend is somehow defensible.