Monson: Beasley is the 'perfect way to treat an inaccurate quarterback'

Sam Monson from Pro Football Focus joined the Bulldog and Sal as Bills training camp opens in a week

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July 18, 2019 - 4:49 pm

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With training camp around the corner for the Buffalo Bills, there is plenty of intrigue surrounding Buffalo heading into the season.

While the defense looks to remain steady, the Bills offense still has question marks to be answered.

Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus joined the Bulldog and Sal Capaccio on Thursday to discuss the Bills and what could be important factors for Buffalo this upcoming season.

Here is some of what he had to say: 

 

Monson on the Bills offensive line: 

"They may take a while to gel, but overall this line could be a reasonable unit by the end of the season. They just need it to get back to an average level." 

 

Monson on the crowded backfield in Buffalo: 

"Last year was a perfect example of the run blocking disappearing and [LeSean McCoy] looks like he's lost a step. Frank Gore is an age-less wonder. He played at a very high level with Miami."

"Devin Singletary was asked to workout as a wide receiver at the Combine, so some teams had a reason to believe he can be dangerous in the pass game... He was very highly graded by PFF in the college ranks. I like him a lot as a prospect." 

 

Monson on Josh Allen's accuracy woes and how to deal with them: 

"Statistics can lie, [but] I don't think they do when looking at Allen's accuracy. That's not the biggest problem in the world, but he'll have to make enough big plays to make up for accuracy throughout his career."

"Cole Beasley is the perfect way to treat an inaccurate quarterback. He'll get open underneath more than most wide receivers. You're maximizing the margin of error that Allen can get away with on those shorter players." 

 

Monson on Bills first round defensive tackle Ed Oliver: 

"He has the potential to be the game-breaking pass rusher from the middle. He's a lot more raw, obviously, than Aaron Donald, but there's a reason that's who he gets compared to often." 


You can listen to the entire interview below:

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