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BBR: Dawson Knox, Cody Ford, the young Bills, and a lesson in patience

Plus more on Ed Oliver and Devin Singletary, too

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During the 2021 offseason, there has been plenty of conversation already around the Buffalo Bills’ roster. Free agency, the draft, and roster cuts have been discussed daily in the media and across social media.

Something that has stood out in particular to me has been the lack of patience among some fans (myself included) with some of the younger players on the roster. Dawson Knox, Devin Singletary, Cody Ford, and Ed Oliver are usually at the center of the discussion as each left a bit to be desired during the 2020 season.

In this episode of Breaking Buffalo Rumblings I discuss each of these players, and why some patience is needed with their development. As mentioned in the podcast, I am old enough to remember when players like Dion Dawkins, Tre White and Matt Milano had slumps in their sophomore seasons. All three grew throughout their next two seasons in Buffalo, and I am glad the front office had some patience with each of them.

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