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Bills Links, 2/14: Josh Allen’s development

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On a Valentine’s Day edition of the links, we’ve got you covered with the latest news from the Buffalo Bills. Take a deep dive into Josh Allen’s development in his second year (and what fans can expect in Year 3). Discover why one columnist doesn’t think it makes sense for Buffalo to build a combined sports stadium and convention center. Plus read more on what kind of running back would pair best with the dynamic Devin Singletary, and take a long, hard look at one of the most maligned Bills, defensive end Trent Murphy.

Dissecting Josh Allen in 2019: The good, the bad and the outlook for Year 3 – The Athletic
Allen showed enough signs of improvement that the Bills should feel encouraged for 2020, but this is his prove-it year. (Subscription required).

Beyond the numbers: Bills Mafia, analysts at odds on social media over Josh Allen – The Buffalo News
PFF ranked Allen at No. 22 among 36 quarterbacks for the 2019 season. Some fans disagree, and aren't afraid to say so.

‘We have all the tools to make a run’: Why Dawson Knox is bullish on Bills’ future – The Buffalo News
Knox’s presence presents an interesting question when it comes to the Greg Olsen Watch.

Why a combined Bills stadium-convention center isn’t in the cards – The Buffalo News
All the reasons why it doesn't make sense for Buffalo to build a two-for-one sports stadium and convention center.

How the advanced stats can drive the Bills’ decision-making in 2020 – The Athletic
As the Bills prepare for the combine and the start of free agency, we evaluate the areas where they should look to improve. (Subscription required).

A guide to the NFL offseason | WGR 550 SportsRadio
"Silly season" is upon us in the National Football League.

NFL rumors: Execs believe Bills will use franchise tag on Jordan Phillips - newyorkupstate.com
Jason La Canfora wrote that executives believe Jordan Phillips will not hit the free agent market.

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Nick & Nolan: What type of RB should the Buffalo Bills pair with Singletary? - Buffalo Rumblings
Three doors from which to choose.

Opinion: What’s the right type of running back to complement Devin Singletary in the 2020 NFL Draft? - Buffalo Rumblings
Doors one, two, and three await.

2019 All-22 analysis: Buffalo Bills defensive end Trent Murphy - Buffalo Rumblings
A favorite target for fans’ ire, how did Trent Murphy look in 2019?

Buffalo Bills salary-cap implications of releasing Trent Murphy - Buffalo Rumblings
If the Bills move on, what would it look like?

Contract projection: Buffalo Bills defensive end Trent Murphy - Buffalo Rumblings
Most folks would agree he’s overpaid, but he’s a good player, too, on the right deal.

2020 NFL Draft: Should the Buffalo Bills replace one former Alabama corner with another - Buffalo Rumblings
The Trevon Diggs scouting report.

BBR: 2020 Free-agent wide receiver group is uninspiring - Buffalo Rumblings
The draft may be the best route for the Bills to find an impact receiver.

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