When it was suggested from Ryan Talbot at newyorkupstate.com that Nick Foles could be the next quarterback of the Buffalo Bills, I did not pay it too much attention. Following a Super Bowl victory, and the MVP trophy, it seems like that possibility may be worth revisiting. You can see Talbot’s perspective below as part of today’s Bills Links.
There is also coverage of Sam Darnold, Lamar Jackson, Kirk Cousins, and some other quarterback options.
7 reasons Nick Foles will be the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback in 2018 | NewYorkUpstate.com
This suggestion seems to be worth revisiting.
Lamar Jackson can throw: Watch the NFL draft QB, and see his stats - SBNation.com
For Bills fans interested in Jackson.
Next Buffalo Bills quarterback: Free agent choices - Democrat & Chronicle
There are several free agent quarterbacks the Bills should give thought to, but it might be a stretch to believe any are true franchise changers.
Free Agent Quarterbacks - The Bills Beat with Joe B. and Matthew Fairburn
The latest Bills Beat podcast is available for download.
Should he stay or should he go? - CB EJ Gaines | Cover 1
"Acquired in the Sammy Watkins trade, Gaines came in and impressed, demonstrating he’s a great fit for Sean McDermott and Leslie Frazier’s zone-based coverage schemes."
Scouting Report | QB Sam Darnold - USC | Cover 1
"Redshirt sophomore Sam Darnold ended his 2016 campaign on a tear. In the final 10 games of the season, he registered 3,086 yards, 31 touchdowns and 9 interceptions, so to say that his and the Trojans offense’s standards going into the 2017 season were high is an understatement."
Playoff Caliber: End of the Drought - BuffaloBills.com
It was a night Bills fans will never forget: the end of a 17-season playoff drought. Relive the drama and euphoria with behind-the-scenes footage and new interviews from Kim Pegula, Kyle Williams, Sean McDermott and more!
Mason Rudolph, Harrison Phillips headline ideal Bills 2018 NFL mock draft scenario | Bills Wire
Breaking down the Buffalo Bills' selections in Luke Easterling's pre-Super Bowl, 4-round, 2018 NFL mock draft.