The Buffalo Bills enter their second year under head coach Doug Marrone and are hoping to better their 6-10 record from 2013. They have the league's 14th most difficult strength of schedule, with their opponents going an even .500 last season.
This year, things could change. The Bills have lost former defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, who was the figurehead behind much of their defensive success last year, but they added former Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz in his stead. They have also made several high profile additions to their roster including linebackers Brandon Spikes and Keith Rivers.
Things could change even more for the Bills in the coming weeks, especially since they hold the ninth overall pick in the 2014 draft. They will have any number of talented players to choose from in that spot, so their outlook could improve.