Baldinger: AFC East is 'being defined by young quarterbacks'

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The Buffalo Bills are continuing on with their virtual offseason program as they are not allowed to practice on the field as a group in Orchard Park due to the coronavirus pandemic.

While the team is not able to get back on the field for the time being, the hope is that if all continues to go well with the trajectory of the re-opening of facilities across the country, the Bills could finally get back to on-field work when training camps start in late July.

In the meantime, the talk continues to surround the Bills and their chances of finally overtaking the New England Patriots this offseason as the best team in the AFC East. With the addition of wide receiver Stefon Diggs this offseason, the return of the entire starting offensive line, as well as the hope that quarterback Josh Allen continues to develop as a starting quarterback in the National Football League, the expectations of the Bills have never been higher.

RADIO.COM Sports NFL insider Brian Baldinger is one person who is high on the Bills heading into the 2020 season. He joined Jeremy White and Sal Capaccio on the Howard and Jeremy Show on Thursday to give his thoughts on the Bills, as well as his personal outlook of the AFC East as the season creeps closer.

Here is some of what Baldinger had to say:


Baldinger on the changes that the Bills have made on offense this offseason:

"What Brandon [Beane] is doing and what Sean McDermott is doing, everybody can see the improvement. They have not had a true No. 1 wide receiver with Josh Allen. That's what Diggs can do... He's going to see the opposition's No.