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Is This Buffalo Bills Year to Win A Super Bowl?

The 2022-23 NFL season is right around the corner, with the league's 32 teams preparing for their trio of preseason games, giving their rosters some time on the field as they embark on a journey that, hopefully, results in them heading to Super Bowl LVII in Arizona. The latest online Super Bowl betting sites have the Buffalo Bills as the favorites to become champions this season, and it is difficult to argue against their thinking.

Last season, the Buffalo Bills were only 13 seconds away from reaching their second consecutive AFC Championship game. Still, they inexplicably allowed the Kansas City Chiefs to tie the game before losing in overtime. It was a bitter pill to swallow after their 11-6 regular season record saw them win the AFC East for the ninth time, and the roster showed so much promise. Head coach Sean McDermott and his backroom staff will undoubtedly use last season's disappointment to spur on the Bills during the upcoming campaign.

The Bills Are Immense Offensively

McDermott has strengthened what was already a robust and deep roster, making it even more likely we will see the Buffalo Bills reach their first Super Bowl since 1993. Those old enough to be football fans back then will remember that 1993 saw the Bills lose their fourth straight Super Bowl; it has been a long wait for Bills fans to return to football's biggest game.

In Josh Allen, the Bills have an elite-level quarterback pulling the strings for the team. Allen has thrown more than 15,000 yards, rushed for more than 2,500 yards, and scored 136 touchdowns since making his debut in 2018. His 149.0 passer rating in last season's playoffs is an NFL record; Allen is destined to be the NFL MVP this coming campaign. The Bills have signed Case Keenum from the Cleveland Browns as back-up to Allen, giving yet more depth on offense.

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Stefon Diggs benefits from having Allen pulling the strings and calling the plays. The wide receiver was selected for Pro Bowl status in 2020 and 2021. Diggs has received more than 1,200 yards in both his seasons with the Bills and will 100% do so again in 2022; of that, there is no doubt. Fellow wide receiver Gabriel Davis has another year's worth of experience, while Isiah McKenzie and Jamison Crowder give Allen more options to aim for.

Improving on a Stellar Defensive Unit

It is not only offensively where the Bills excel because the Kansas City Chiefs defeat aside, but the Bills' defensive unit is also incredible. The Bills' defense was ranked first last season without All-Pro cornerback Tre'Davious White out for the final six fixtures. Even if White does not return to his brilliant best from his ACL injury, the Bills have capable deputies in Taron Johnson and first-round pick Kaiir Elam.

Let us not forget that the Bills have a superstar in defense this season after pulling off the offseason coup when they obtained Von Miller's signature. The eight-time Pro Bowl outside linebacker is a beast of a defensive player who adds plenty of steel to the Bills' already watertight defense. No Bills players recorded double-digit sacks last season, and only one player enjoyed more than five. Miller is the sack master with 115.5 regular season sacks since he first turned out for the Denver Broncos in 2011. Having a player of Miller's quality in and around camp would give the rest of the roster a big boost, but having him on their team will give those around him newfound confidence.

An offensive team that is talented enough to scare the life out of the opposition, and a defensive unit that looks almost unbreakable, is a great combination. This Bills roster is the strongest it has been for a long time; it is formidable. If the Bills do not at least reach the Super Bowl, it will be a massive shock, that is for sure.

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