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2020 NFL Power Rankings: Buffalo Bills

Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Buffalo Bills rank in terms of average, best and worst:

Below you will find a post-NFL Draft roundup for the Bills in our consensus 2020 NFL Power Rankings.

The Athletic -- Rank: 6

It's a pretty great time to be the Bills. The AFC East has dramatically changed this spring thanks to the departure of Tom Brady from New England, and the offense they're building around Josh Allen looks deeper and stronger. The Bills seem to have had a smart plan in the draft -- and came out of it with a first-round talent in defensive end A.J. Epenesa in the second round.

CBS Sports -- Rank: 5

Here come the Bills. They've stocked the roster and now it's all about Josh Allen growing as a passer, which I think he will do.

USA Today -- Rank: 11

Third-round RB Zack Moss should provide a lot more juice than Frank Gore did in 2019 and might even be an offensive rookie of the year dark horse.

ESPN -- Rank: 11

Player who benefited: QB Josh Allen. Although A.J. Klein is a candidate, given that the Bills did not draft anyone to take snaps away from him at linebacker, GM Brandon Beane got Allen three new playmakers for Buffalo's quietly ascending offense. Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins are high-point receivers with wide catch radiuses, and RB Zack Moss should be able to handle short-yardage situations so Allen doesn't have to. The Bills are committing to Allen as their quarterback and have invested more in their offense this offseason than they have in the past decade. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques

NFL.com -- Rank: 6

The Bills' draft was a productive one before it began, thanks to the four-pick package that became trade acquisition Stefon Diggs. Buffalo then addressed an area of need with second-round pick A.J. Epenesa, a powerful and versatile defensive lineman who will help mitigate the loss of Shaq Lawson. Third-round pick Zack Moss brings some fresh legs to the backfield, and Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm -- who took a surprise fall to the fifth round -- gives Buffalo a compelling prospect whose passing skill set greatly contrasts with starter Josh Allen. It's impossible to look at Buffalo's roster and not see it as the strongest in the AFC East -- by a substantial margin.

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