Foster Moreau
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - NOVEMBER 13: Foster Moreau #87 of the Las Vegas Raiders reacts after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Allegiant Stadium on November 13, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Sam Morris/Getty Images)

Two affordable moves to boost the Buffalo Bills offense in 2023 (and three vets they should re-sign)

Buffalo Bills have many decisions

This offseason, the Buffalo Bills have many decisions to make in order to get past the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals to get to the Super Bowl.

 Looking at the 2023 offseason, here are 3 free agents they should consider resigning and two they should consider luring to Orchard Park.


RB Devin Singletary – The Bills running back has remained consistent despite limited carries in his tenure with the Bills. That’s especially true if the Bills choose to rely more heavily on the running game to give Josh Allen a much needed breather at times.  

S Jordan Poyer – Despite an injury this past season, Poyer still remains one of the best defensive backs in the NFL. He’s had 17 forced fumbles the last two seasons and would be vital against the Chiefs and Bengals.

 CB Dane Jackson – They missed Jackson during their loss to the Bengals and if healthy, he could give the Bills much needed depth in the defensive backfield.


OL Ben Powers – According to ProFootball Focus, this could be a steal for the Bills. Powers allowed zero quarterback sacks in 2022 protecting a mobile quarterback in Baltimore last season.  Gving Allen time could be most valuable.

TE Foster Moreau – Moreau was a quality tight end for the Raiders the past two seasons. Two tight end packages with Dawson Knox may allow more play action and improve the Bills running game

In 2021 the Bills were 13 seconds from the AFC Championship, in 2022 they lost handedly to the Bengals and appeared to have taken a step back.

Nailing free agency in 2023 may get them over the hump.