One preseason game is in the books and there's still three more contests to endure before the real thing starts in September. Preseason games only mean so much, and let's face it, it's foolish to put a ton of stock into how players perform in the preseason.
But when has that stopped anybody?
The preseason's not completely meaningless anyway. Just ask Mike Jasper, the most popular Bill to never appear in a regular season game, was cut Monday by the club, presumably after they had a chance to review the tape of Jasper in the first preseason game. It's safe to assume there were many factors at play besides how he played on the fourth unit in the fourth quarter for maybe 10 snaps, but hell, any time you can make an argument for the importance of preseason football, you should run with it.
So here's a run-down of the Bills team by positional unit, updated with impressions from both preseason game no. 1, and news from Bills camp. It should serve you well going into this Thursday's game in Minnesota against the Vikings, which, luckily for the Buffalo market, won't be blacked out.