Bills Look Good at 2022 Training Camp Open at St. John Fisher College

#13 Gabe Davis photo by Jerome Davis

by George Radney

The 2022 Buffalo Bills Training Camp is off to a good start. The timing is getting better on the offensive side of the ball. Gabe Davis picked up where he left off in the Kansas City game by making tough catches look easy especially during red zone drills. Gabe caught a pass in back of the end zone between two defenders.

When asked about playing in high pressure games for University of Central Florida he said, “Yes, I feel like UCF really kind of showed me what kind of receiver could be and who I wanted to be. I was surrounded by a lot of great men and players that put me in the right position that assisted me in being able to transition to play in the NFL”. The Bills defensive line looks bigger tougher and more aggressive than last years lineup. Tim Settle, Jr., DaQuan Jones, Ed Oliver, Jordan Phillips, Boogie Basham, and Greg Rosseau are shaping up to be a fierce unit. They should be able to stop opposing teams running game and generate a better pass rush throughout the upcoming season.

The Bills offensive line is currently missing due to injury:reasons.

I can’t give a true report on the offensive line with so many pieces missing but I can say several guys are being manhandled by the defensive line. Yes, offensive linemen Tommy Doyle, Spencer Brown and David Quessenberry are having a tough time with their defensive counterparts.

Bills rookie Punter Matt Araiza is giving incumbent Matt Haack stiff competition for the position. I think the preseason games will determine who will be Buffalo Bills punter in 2022.

The biggest item that I noticed about team so far is its depth at almost every position and that’s a big reason why so many other NFL teams have their scouting personnel attending Training Camp due to the fact the Buffalo Bills will be cutting an awful lot of good talented football players.

The pads have only been on for several days and things will continue to get very tense as jobs will be on the line in the coming weeks.

The dust up between Josh Allen and defensive tackle at the end of Saturdays practice came up because he held the ball way too long and tried to stumble into the end zone from two yards out but Phillips met him at the goal line. Josh and all the QB’s are wearing Red Jerseys meaning they’re not to be hit but it’s tough not to once you run right into the teeth of tx or possibly some real fights breaking out as guys get really serious about landing a job with The Buffalo Bills.

I’ll discuss week two of Buffalo Bills Training Camp in next week’s edition.

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