The Buffalo Bills will kick off the 2022 NFL season with a monumental showdown against the Los Angeles Rams.
That matchup could be a potential preview of Super Bowl LVII given the caliber of players that both teams have.
In one of the more intriguing side stories, Von Miller left the Rams to sign a six-year deal with the Bills after helping Los Angeles win Super Bowl LVI.
That leadership, especially on defense, could lead the Bills to victory over the defending Super Bowl champions.
But beyond that game, their success rests heavily on their key players on both sides.
But none of those players will have a big day if quarterback Josh Allen can’t find them.
After falling short of the Super Bowl over the past two seasons, Allen hopes to bring the Bills back to the big game and hopefully win the franchise’s first Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Doing so would be a tremendous achievement in his young NFL career.
For that to happen, though, the Bills are taking some caution with their prized play-caller.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) August 11, 2022
The Bills’ official Twitter account shared a quote from head coach Sean McDermott, saying that Allen will not participate in their preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Preparing For The Battles That Matter
The Bills cannot afford any untoward incident happen to Allen.
Besides, the outcome of their game against the Colts does not reflect in the standings.
Therefore, the team is taking caution with Allen.
But once the season starts, he will be all systems go.