Bills general manager Brandon Beane has put the team in better position to win in 2020 than it was in when he arrived in 2017.
Still, in his fourth season with the franchise, he refuses to see the Bills’ rebuild as on track until they reach a milestone they haven’t hit since 1995: winning the AFC East, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN reports.
Beane spoke to reporters Monday as the NFL enters the first week of its regular season and laid out his goals for the team in 2020.
“Hopefully, we’re still trending up,” he said. “We haven’t won the division, and to me, that’s the goal we have to do, because we need to host playoff games here in Orchard Park, and the only way we get a chance to do that is if we win the division. We haven’t been able to take down the Patriots yet — nobody has since we’ve been here.
“That’s still the team we’re chasing. We don’t play them until the middle of the season, but I’m sure the Jets and the Dolphins are thinking the same thing. That’s our goal, that’s our focus. We’ve got to try to compete and win the AFC East.”
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