Following blockbuster trades late last week, Bills need to perform in second preseason game

Posted By on Aug 16, 2017 | 0 comments

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Alex Brasky | @BataviasBest
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 |


According to Bills GM Brandon Beane, the Bills are not throwing in the towel despite a couple of blockbuster trades late last week. However, if he hopes to convince the fans of that, his team must come out and play inspired football tomorrow night at Philadelphia. In what will be the second game of the preseason for the Bills, a lot is to be expected of those players who still remain on Buffalo’s roster.

Most notably, Tyrod Taylor.

Although Taylor’s prospects admittedly took a hit with the departure of the Bills #1 WR Sammy Watkins, the Buffalo QB still has enough talent in the backfield and along the outside in order to compete in 2017. This is it for Tyrod. If he hopes to be with theBills moving forward, or get a new starting job with another team at the end of the year, he must start to show signs of life – beginning with tomorrow night.

There isn’t much more to say about the Bills second preseason game, as the goal is simple: play well, and get away injury-free.

Tune in tomorrow night @BataviasBest during the game for LIVE discussion.





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