"Stepping back for a wider view, Nathan Jahnke reviews the Performance Based Value results by team, highlighting the most over- and undervalued rosters."
The Buffalo Bills got what they paid for. With the handful of players who over-performed being canceled out by the handful who underperformed, Buffalo sat right in the middle of the league. They are going to need more over-performers.
"At 26, his best work may be ahead of him. He's probably not Pro Bowl material. He's not dominant at the point of attack. He's a sound positional blocker."
The photo they use on this article is the main reason to go there. I wonder who said "let's use a picture where Levitre just stands there while Ryan Fitzpatrick is on the ground but tell people we should sign this guy." At least the author discusses Levitre's faults and strengths accurately.
Inside The Bills | Bryan Scott ready to resume LB role
"I’m pretty sure it’s going to be along the lines of the last couple of years.," Scott said on the radio show. "Being a linebacker with coverage experience is really big now, because obviously it’s a passing league and the tight ends are such great athletes. That still is my strength, and I think they’ll play to that. I’m sure they will."
TE Dickerson tendered by Bills - BuffaloBills.com
"As an exclusive rights free agent once tendered by the club, signing is essentially a formality as Dickerson can only sign with Buffalo."
Stevie Johnson talks Buffalo Bills offense - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson joins NFL AM to talk about how his team can improve in the offseason and if they need some new offensive pieces to compete in the AFC East."
Scott staying with the Bills - The Buffalo News
"Scott, entering his 11th season, is Buffalo’s most experienced position player on defense under contract. Kicker Rian Lindell is heading into his 14th season."
WGR 550 SportsRadio - Bills Re-sign LB Scott, Tender TE Dickerson
"Dickerson's role could expand with offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett's system as a true fit to an H-back role. He's 6-foot-1, 226-pounds and will be 25 years old when training camp starts in July."
Bills re-sign Bryan Scott | ProFootballTalk
"He wasn’t a starter in either season and doesn’t figure to be one in 2013, but he should once again play a heavy role in sub packages as a linebacker who can help in passing situations."
Vince Young looks to make amends, revive NFL career - NFL.com
"I don't really feel like it was my game. I just really feel like (it was) some of the off-the-field issues," Young said about being cut. "I really feel like teams don't want their quarterback to be in a position where they're distracted."