The Buffalo Bills took a big step forward in 2020, winning 13 games and making the AFC title game before losing to the Kansas City Chiefs. QB Josh Allen cemented himself as a MVP contender and Stefon Diggs proved to be one of the top wide receivers in the league.
The Bills added QB Mitchell Trubisky as a backup option this offseason. They brought in Matt Breida and Emmanuel Sanders to bolster the skill positions, but the core production from the team remains intact. GM Brandon Beane has done an excellent job turning this group into a contender.
Buffalo Bills Super Bowl 56 odds: +1200
The Bills appear to be the new kings of the AFC East and should challenge for the conference crown. If they’re healthy, they’ll be able to beat anyone. This includes the Chiefs, who are seen as the favorites in the AFC.
Allen has some playoff experience under his belt now and can learn from that. If he takes the next step in his ascent and Diggs continues to be a productive player, there’s no reason Buffalo cannot win the Super Bowl.
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