The most and least improved AFC East position groups post-draft

Bills' WR group upgraded with Samuel, Coleman, and potential breakouts Shakir and Kincaid. Addition by subtraction from Diggs and Davis.

Secondary got younger with signings and draft picks after losing White and Poyer. Edwards, Bishop, and Hardy join the mix.

Edge rusher not adequately addressed after losing sack leader Floyd. Toohill and Solomon added, but more needed.

Dolphins bolstered edge rusher depth with Barrett in free agency and Robinson and Kamara in the draft. High-upside additions.

The Dolphins didn't address interior OL in the draft. Wynn is solid, but concerns Jones, Eichenberg, and Brewer in pass protection.

Bills' QB Allen's talent should elevate the new-look receiving corps despite changes. Samuel adds versatility, Coleman deep threat potential.

Dolphins' QB Tagovailoa needs clean pocket; interior OL concerns with loss of Hunt and lack of draft picks addressing the position.

Bills' secondary sees changes but gets younger with signings and draft picks. Depth added with Edwards, Bishop, and Hardy.

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