The Buffalo Bills have almost $85 million in salary cap space heading into the 2019 off-season. While they have a ton of money, they may also be looking to move on from an overpriced contract or two prior to the start of the 2019 season. Our first look turns to running back LeSean McCoy, whose high-high cap number and low-low cap production in 2018 coupled with his high-high age make him a candidate to go bye-bye.

If Buffalo releases McCoy, they save $6.425 million on the salary cap and that much in actual dollars. For that price, they could sign two or three free-agent running backs (not named Le’Veon Bell) to get the same production they got from McCoy in 2018.