By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Since being hired by the team in 2017, Beane has guided the team to two playoff teams. And this season, the team has had their first 10-win season in the past two decades.
The 10-win season in 2019 was their first since the 1999 season. In 1999, the team went 11-5.
This season, the Bills are leading the AFC East with a 9-3 record. It’s either going to be the Bills or the 8-4 Miami Dolphins, who will win the Division.
“Brandon is an outstanding leader, and he has brought a great level of stability throughout our organization,” Bills owner Terry and Kim Pegula said in a statement. “One of the things we appreciate and respect about Brandon is that he is very thorough in his decision-making process. No decision he makes comes without a great deal of study and research. We appreciate his strong communication skills, and he works extremely well with us, with Sean [McDermott] and with all levels of the organization. We are happy to extend his contract and to have Brandon and Sean leading our football team for many years to come.”
Beane was responsible for drafting quarterback Josh Allen, who has developed into a franchise quarterback. This season alone, Allen — who was the seventh overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft — has transitioned into a quarterback, who is a top 10 passer.
He also Tremaine Edmunds with the 16th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. One season after being drafted, Edmunds made the Pro Bowl.
In addition, this past off-season, Beane made the trade to acquire Stefon Diggs in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings. Diggs already has 1,037 receiving yards this season and is less than 100 yards shy of his career season.
In 2019, he had a career-high 1,130 yards with the Vikings.
Acquiring Allen, Edmunds, and Diggs were just some of the moves that he has made since being named GM.
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