1. How to watch the 2021 Bills Schedule Release coverage
As of today, the wait is over. The 2021 schedule release is here.
Tonight beginning at 7:45 p.m. (EST), you can tune into 'Bills 2021 Schedule Release' to learn about all 17 games, the primetime matchups, opponent breakdowns and more. Bills Reporter Maddy Glab, Bills Insider Chris Brown and a special guest will help you navigate through the 2021 season. You can watch streaming live on all Buffalo Bills platforms, including buffalobills.com, the Bills App, Facebook and Twitter.
After the show, you can head over to NFL Network at 8:00 p.m. (EST) for a three-hour show 'Schedule Release '21' where analysts will preview the entire 2021 NFL schedule.
The NFL GameDay Morning crew anchors Schedule Release '21, with 2021 Sports Emmy nominee Rich Eisen joined by analysts Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin and Steve Mariucci from inside SoFi Stadium – site of Super Bowl LVI – along with Colleen Wolfe.
Schedule Release '21 features live on-location reports from Mike Giardi (Gillette Stadium), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Heinz Field), Kim Jones (MetLife Stadium), Jane Slater (The Star) and Mike Yam (Levi's Stadium).
Additional coverage on Schedule Release '21 is provided by Cynthia Frelund and Joe Thomas, along with Kimmi Chex offering a Fantasy perspective on the 2021 NFL schedule.
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2. The Bills land here on this Power Rankings offense list
Depending on how each team addressed free agency and drafted, every NFL team has the ability to improve their offense during the 2021 season. Bleacher Report looked at each team's free agency and draft moves and put together a Power Rankings of every team's offense after the 2021 Draft.
Buffalo finished the 2020 season with the second-best offense in terms of points per game (31.3) and total yards per game (396.4). Bleacher Report predicts the same success for this season.
2. Buffalo Bills
2020 Rankings: 2nd in points scored, 2nd in total yards (tied)
Offensive Coordinator: Brian Daboll
The Buffalo Bills had one of the league's most explosive offenses in 2020 thanks to the newly created duo of quarterback Josh Allen and wideout Stefon Diggs. With Allen now throwing to a legitimate No. 1 receiver, Buffalo had the NFL's third-ranked aerial attack.
The Bills offense also produced the highest offensive SRS by a fairly wide margin. Even if we were to discount yardage and points totals—which we aren't—the Bills offense was both dangerous and efficient in 2020.
The one real knock on Buffalo's offense is the fact that the 20th-ranked rushing attack was a bit underwhelming. The addition of Matt Breida in free agency should help remedy the issue.
The Bills offense should feature a bit more balance this season, though it will largely still run through Allen. The scary part is he's still developing as a signal-caller and could take another step toward MVP level in 2021.
3. What Bills player should you root for in 2021?
It's tough to pick just one player to root for on the Bills roster when it's full of talented guys. NFL.com Writer Adam Rank picked a player from each team that he'll be rooting for this season.
Rank has his eye on a Bills player that started in 11 games during his rookie season and scored seven touchdowns.
Buffalo Bills: Gabriel Davis
I had Stefon Diggs in this space last year, and he had the best season of his career. He even ruined one of my fantasy teams when I was going up against him in Week 16 last year. You will understand if I can't root for Stefon again. But Davis could have a massive breakout this year for the Bills as he continues to grow as a receiver. I understand the Buffalo did add Emmanuel Sanders to the mix this offseason, but watch out for Davis, who had a TD catch in four of the last six regular-season games of 2020.