by Cesar Fuentes @_cesar_fuentes
The Buffalo Bills have been in the upper levels of the NFL for several years, courtesy of the golden arm of Josh Allen. They have yet to make the leap to Super Bowl stardom though, but could this be the year they finally make it to the promised land?
The Bills went 13-3 last year, the second time in their last three seasons, won their third straight AFC East title, and defeated the Dolphins in the first round of the playoffs. However, they were defeated by the Cincinnati Bengals, 27-10, in the divisional round in a game where Allen was held without a touchdown pass and threw an interception.
Buffalo should have a better offensive line as they added two guards in free agency, signing David Edwards and Connor McGovern, and then selected Florida guard O'Cyrus Torrence in the second round and first-round draft. pass-catching tight end on Utah's Dalton Kincaid.
Defensively, the return of the injured Von Miller, Tre'Davious White, and Micah Hyde would be the best news for a team looking for the big game.
The Bills will be a Super Bowl contender this year solely for the fact that they bring back a group experienced on both sides of the ball. They have a very good defensive unit and are led by Josh Allen, one of the best quarterbacks in the league.
The Bills are more experienced, as painful as that is, and they will once again be the boss of the AFC East to clinch their fourth straight divisional title, and why not? beat the Bengals and the Chiefs to reach the top of the American Conference..