Bills To Work Out Paxton Lynch

One of the interested Paxton Lynch parties appears to be the Bills, whom Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports (on Twitter) will bring in the embattled former Broncos quarterback for a Tuesday audition.

Four teams are reportedly interested in bringing in Lynch for an audition, and the Bills make sense due to their quarterback depth chart. Nathan Peterman, who infamously threw five interceptions in a start against the Chargers last season, is set to be Buffalo’s Week 1 starter. Josh Allen is the backup after the Bills traded A.J. McCarron.

Lynch, though, still profiles as a developmental player. That makes the Buffalo fit interesting given their employment of a younger project passer in Allen. Lynch has made just four career starts and did not fare well this offseason, either, after 2017 Mr. Irrelevant Chad Kelly beat him out quickly for Denver’s backup job.

The Broncos went through three offensive coordinators during Lynch’s three years. One of those, Rick Dennison, was the Bills’ OC last year. But Brian Daboll is Buffalo’s top offensive voice now, meaning Lynch would have to process a fourth system if he joined the Bills.

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  1. JJB0811

    Do the Bills have any clue as to how to build a QB room? 2 players now with half game experience combined and this guy w/ 4 game sunder his belt.

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    • Kenleyfornia74

      Nope. The Bills are the definition of pretenders and have squandered any momentum built off a playoff birth season

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  2. dust44

    Bills should cut Peterman and find a VET to help the young gun. U r both correct zero confidence that they will make the right decisions

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  3. sports is life

    Love listening to ppl who don’t follow the Bills nor watch the practices. Peterman is a capable QB, if you look at the true situation the Bills hold 10 draft selections for 2019, will have the second most money next year once the dead money is gone. They will address the true problem the o-line and then you will see these Qb’s flourish.

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    • crosseyedlemon

      It’s one thing to have the money and another to invest it though. Currently the Bills are dead last in spending (125.1M for the current season) and it’s very difficult to acquire the talent to win if the owner decides to stick to a Walmart budget.

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