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, season-ticket holders for the Buffalo Bills began receiving a carefully penned letter from general manager Brandon Beane. The letter begins with Beane expressing disappointment at the Bills final record for the 2018 season. The tone is immediately shifted toward excitement as Beane lays out the current foundation of the team and delves into some of the plan to mold the team into a “championship contender. “While Beane doesn’t reveal any earth-shattering secrets, the letter contains several talking points that are directly presented rather than the usual vague front-office assertions. These points include: A commitment to the process of drafting and developing players in house. Beane points toward their current status of having ten picks in the upcoming draft as a means to continue this approach. Beane doesn’t dodge around the dead cap situation in 2018 being intentional to put the team in a better position “moving forward.” Beane promises that they “intend to be active” during free agency but will be “calculated with those decisions.” Above all else, this statement is likely to have fans reading between the lines. The idea of “one voice” is reaffirmed with Brandon Beane indicating that the Pegula family, Sean McDermott, and Beane are all on the same page. Take a look at the full letter yourself right here.Buffalo Bills vs. Los Angeles Chargers: broadcast map The Buffalo Bills are hoping some home cooking will get the team back on track following a demoralizing http://www.billscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-stephen-hauschka-jersey
, 47-3 shellacking in Week 1 against the Baltimore Ravens. Sunday’s 1 p.m. Eastern game marks the Bills’ (0-1) 2018-2019 season home opener—and also Josh Allen’s first NFL start—when they take on the Los Angeles Chargers (0-1) at New Era Field. Unfortunately for Bills Mafia, the game is not drawing much national attention. For the second straight week, the game will only be shown on CBS in the Buffalo and Los Angeles markets. Thanks to 506sports.com, we’re able to see what parts of the country will get to watch the Bills this weekend, and unless you live in either the Buffalo or Los Angeles viewing market http://www.billsfootballauthentics.com/jeremy-kerley-jersey-authentic
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, and Indianapolis Colts/Washington Redskins (yellow) round out the regional coverage. CBS’ number-seven team of Tom McCarthy and Steve Beuerlein will be on the call for the game as the Bills are seeking their eighth win in their last 11 home openers. The last time the Buffalo hosted the Chargers, the Bills suffered a 22-10 setback on Sept. 21, 2014.