Lets start with the ratings for each position group and we'll talk about their ratings and who'll end up on the 53man roster. Quarterbacks: It obviously begins and ends with EJ Manuel. I'm expecting poor confidence and average development rating but fortunately the tools are there to develop. Developing Manuel will be a top priority for the front office in 2014 so in 2015 and beyond, expect Manuel to be solid. Behind Manuel the Bills don't have much. They don't like mobile QB's so Dixon will be cut. The #2 job will probably be Thad Lewis' job to lose but look for the Bills to take fliers on QB's to try and develop someone behind Manuel. Wide Receiver: Everyone loves Sammy, and for good reason. 93 speed however is a joke. Anyone taking bets on the likelihood that he finishes the year with >93 speed? I can almost guarantee he will. The real discussion starts behind him though - what is the pecking order for Mike Williams, Robert Woods and the ultra fast Marquise Goodwin? Expect a heavy rotation of all players, depending on the matchup and situation. There may even be an odd man out in this group if trade offers come flying. Beyond those top 4, there isn't much. I like some of these players IRL but in Madden, they'll likely be cut in 2015 in favor of some more developmental players. TJ Graham is a decent return guy at least. Tight End: The Bills have options here. Chandler and Moeaki are decent all around players and have different strengths and weaknesses but shouldn't be in the Bills long term plans. Chris Gragg is the real gem, with tremendous athleticism for the position - he just needs time to develop. A lot of time. In 2016, yes 2016 not even 2015, he could be a talent. Lee Smith is a great blocking TE for down around the goal line or short yardage. Fullback: The battle between Evan Rodriguez with his speed, youth and catching ability and the bruising Frank Summers will wage deep into the preseason. The decision will likely be based on the style of offense the coaches end up running this year but it will be an interesting position to watch nontheless. Runningback: Spiller is the unquestioned star here but his contract situation is one to watch. If he will re-sign at the right price, Buffalo will be glad to have him back. If he asks for too much, expect the Bills to part ways with the ultra talented star. Bryce Brown offers a good developmental option as the #3 guy and expect Fred Jackson to be on his way out after 2014 once Brown assimilates to the offense. 93spd, 90trk? You betchya he'll be a Bill for awhile. Offensive Line: Cordy Glenn, Eric Wood and Chris Hairston will start no matter what - though Hairston may slide inside to guard (he's been working there IRL.) The other two slots will be some combination of Kouandjio, Urbik, Williams, Pears and possibly even rookie Cyril Richardson. The good news is there's a lot of youth here, thanks to a head coach who's a former Offensive Lineman. The trenches for the Bills will be good, you can bet. Defensive Line: The bread and butter of the Bills roster right here, this group is flat out loaded. Dareus is a star in the making, Kyle Williams will give at least a couple more dominant seasons and Mario Williams is a top 5 pass rusher period. The unsung hero Jerry Hughes still has fantastic pass rushing attributes to make one of the top defensive lines without question. Mario Williams contract will be a situation to watch as well, as he is getting DEEP into the richest contract ever given to a defensive player. The Bills may be forced to make a move if his cap number gets too high and the team is left without options. The depth behind the top 4, particularly at defensive end though, is troubling. Linebacker: The Bills have a lot of depth here and Kiko Alonso is a star in the making. Brandon Spikes doesn't fit the athleticism the Bills like so expect his stint in Buffalo to be short. Nigel Bradham will start one way or another and Keith Rivers offers excellent depth if he can stay healthy. The Bills will look to develop Ty Powell and Randall Johnson. Cornerback: Gilmore is a stud. Corey Graham is a nice depth option behind Gilmore on the outside. Robey is a slot guy and is smallish so hopefully he can match up with the Julian Edelman's of the world. McKelvin has been in Buffalo a long time but is just average. Look for Ron Brooks to be a developmental guy over the first 2 seasons. Safety: Its Aaron Williams' show now. He has corner like man coverage skills as does companion Duke Williams so expect both to be given a chance to be long term answers. Searcy and Meeks are nice depth options but nothing more - expect replacements to be found there, sooner rather than later.