“The PROCESS” is costing Terry and Kim Pegula $52 Million in Dead Cap Space so far in 2018 NFL Season! Bills General Manager Brandon Beene has already accumulated $52 Million in Dead Cap Space.This means the Bills are paying $52 Million to players who no longer play for the team. The dead cap money hit is more than double of the next closest team; this includes A.J. McCarron and Corey Coleman recent hits combined totaling $5.6 Million. This is what happens when you hire the best friend of Head Coach Sean McDermott, who has no experience in being a General Manager. Brandon Beene use to get the coffee and donuts for David Gentleman in Carolina. He has no experience in fine tuning an NFL team.
Let’s go down the list of quality players let go by “The Process” team. Marcell Dareus starting Nose Guard in Jacksonville, Ronald Darby cornerback starting for Super Bowl Champions Philadelphia Eagles, Seantrel Henderson starting Left Tackle in Houston, Tyrod Taylor starting QB for Cleveland, Cordy Glenn starting Left Tackle for Cincinnati, Eric Wood Center forced to retire due to injury (Beene stupidly gave Wood a two year deal before start of last season instead of waiting until end of season) Our upgraded offensive line is playing for other teams and that’s the main reason why Bills are have such a sorry line. Brandon Beene has been unsuccessful in bring in quality talent. Beene has brought in Russell Bodine, Vontae Davis, Trent Murphy (still on injured list and has not played a down for Bills), Star Loutoulei, and all players that do not come close to replacing the high quality players lost.
The Bills are going into the2 018 season with Nathan Peternam as starting QB and Josh Allen as backup with only two years of NFL experience. This sounds like an expansion team and yes Brandon Beene and Sean McDermott have brought this franchise down to its knees with this 2018 roster. The Bills will struggle to win three games this season due to the serious blunders created by Brandon Beene and Sean McDermott. This “Process Duo” is way over their heads in building an NFL team.
The Bills need to find an experienced General Manager like most successful NFL teams do, and quality General Managers are available, like two time Super bowl winning General Manager Jerry Reese, formally with the New York Giants. It’s going to be a nightmarish season but hopefully the Pegula’s will be sick and tired of people wasting their money. The Bills are looking at a 3-13 season with very little talent on hand.