The Buffalo Bills had a disappointing end to their season, losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime in the Divisional round. Despite having one of the best rosters in the league, Buffalo has not been able to get over the hump in the playoffs.

The AFC has become even more competitive this offseason, with a flurry of signings and trades going down. The Bills have as good a shot as other contenders, but it will be a more challenging journey to get to the Super Bowl.

Josh Allen is the leader of the team and one of the best players in the league. Allen has improved throughout his career and emerged as a clutch player. Last season, Allen threw for 4,407 yards along with 36 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. He is great at extending plays, which led to a contribution in the rushing game. Allen ran for 763 yards and six touchdowns. He is one of the most talented players in the league, and his play will be the catalyst on a deep playoff run.

Buffalo has already made some moves to improve the roster. They signed superstar pass rusher Von Miller to a six-year $120 million deal. Miller is a top-tier pass rusher and will help the defense elevate to the next level. Guard Rodger Saffold and tight end O.J. Howard will be impactful additions to the offense.

However, they need to make moves in the offseason to create a better roster. With that said, here are two moves the Bills still must make to complete their roster in 2022.

2 moves the Bills must make to complete their 2022 NFL roster

2. Draft offensive tackle Tyler Smith

While free agency has some quality players still available, the Bills have already made their upgrades. Building through the draft will complement the roster and help them reach the next level. Improving the offensive line for the future would help Allen continue on a successful path.

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Smith is great at the point of attack due to his strength. This allows him to start blocks strong and get into a better position than the pass rusher. While he still has raw skills, Smith has the potential to develop into a franchise tackle. Smith is expected to be available in the 2nd round and would be an excellent fit for the Bills’ offensive line.

1. Draft cornerback Trent McDuffie

The Bills’ biggest weakness on the roster is at cornerback, which was evident against the Kansas City Chiefs. They could not stop the dynamic Chiefs offense led by superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

With the AFC loading up with more talent, it is more important than ever that Buffalo adds a cornerback. The Bills have a number one corner in Tre’Davious White but lack a second corner behind him. With Levi Wallace heading to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Buffalo has even less depth at the position. Using a first-round pick on a cornerback is essential to getting the defense ready for the other title contenders in the AFC.

Trent McDuffie would be a phenomenal fit for Buffalo’s defense. McDuffie has all the tools to be an elite-level corner in the NFL. He is also a great open-field tackler and is solid at stopping the run, which are two traits that some corners often lack.

He is great at playing in press coverage but has the versatility to play zone coverage as well.

The Bills have a tough road to the Super Bowl in the upcoming season, but these moves would go a long way in getting there.