Ranking Buffalo's Top Ten Off-Season Acquisitions

 image via buffalobills.com

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It has been perhaps the most memorable off-season in the history of Buffalo sports. Both the Bills and Sabres have went through major changes and the city is buzzing about both teams. In this piece we rank Buffalo's top ten off-season acquisitions. 

10. Percy Harvin

The dynamic wideout add an explosive element to the Bills’ offense and special teams.

 9. Robin Lehner

The Sabres paid a steep price for their goaltender of the future, but the Big Swede has a lot of upside and could be a vital part of the organization for years to come.

 8. Charles Clay

 Clay brings a lot of versatility to the Bills offense and is immediately the most talented TE the Bills have had in the last decade.

 7. Greg Roman

 The former 49ers offensive coordinator looks to carry his success to Buffalo. Roman is associated with a ground and pound scheme and will have the job of making the Bills’ offense work with below average quarterback play.

 6. Dan Bylsma

The 2009 Stanley Cup winning coach will look to bring his winning pedigree to the Sabres organization for years to come.

 5. Evander Kane

 Kane will look to become one of the best power wingers in the NHL with his new team.

4. Ryan O’Reilly

 Despite having a DUI incident this summer, O’Reilly still possesses the skill set needed to be an NHL number one center.

 3. LeSean McCoy

 Has made headlines this summer for some peculiar reasons, but those will soon be forgotten if he can put up 1,800 yards from scrimmage this year.

 2. Rex Ryan

 The Bills’ now have a huge personality on the sideline and Rex Ryan has his team and this city believing that this is the Bills’ year.

 1. Jack Eichel

 Buffalo now has a generational talent.

Honorable mentions:

John Miller, Richie Incognito, Matt Cassel (if he becomes the starter), and Tom Brady’s four game suspension