A.J. McCarron started four games in the 2015 season in which he threw for 832 yards, six touchdowns, and two interceptions. It remains the only time he's seen action as starting quarterback during his time with the Cincinnati Bengals.
In every sport, in every season, there are a handful of players who were beyond worthy of earning a selection and/or making an appearance in their league's All-Star game. With that said, who was left off Pro Bowl rosters for the 2017 season?
Center Eric Wood, who spent the entirety of his career with the Buffalo Bills, will retire after nine seasons due to a neck injury.
The Buffalo Bills filled their vacant offensive coordinator position rather quickly, naming Brian Daboll to the position on Sunday. Daboll helped lead Alabama to the national title in the same capacity in 2017.
Running back changes happen every year. However, this coming season could see a number of different starters. There are number of variables driving this change; namely, an incoming influx of young, cheap talent that will cause AFC East teams to evaluate their current contracts.