The Buffalo Bills weren't very good in 2010. The Bills finished last in the AFC East with a 4-12 record. On a brighter note, the Bills went 4-4 in their last eight games after beginning the year 0-8.
Offensively, the Bills have some young talent that they can build on. Ryan Fitzpatrick (Chris Berman voice, "from," Tom Jackson voice, "Harvard") looked like a legitimate NFL quarterback when he was out on the field. He finished the season with 3,000 yards, 23 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
Fred Jackson had a solid season (927 yards), and C.J. Spiller should get more action next year. In the passing game Buffalo found that it had a big-time receiver in Stevie Johnson. The Bills were 24th in passing and 18th on the ground.
The Bills bolstered one of the league's top pass defenses. Buffalo was third in the NFL, only allowing 192 yards through the air per game. On the flip side of that, the Bills ranked last in stopping the run.
Paul Posluszny was one of the few bright spots for the Bills last year, and he should be getting a new deal in the near future. Other than Posluszny, the Bills don't have any big names that they are looking to retain.
The Bills have a handful of picks early in the draft, and they will rely on those picks to try to improve their team.
Sorry Buffalo—your Bills will still be at the bottom of the AFC East in 2011.
Prediction: 5-11, last in the AFC East