The Buffalo Bills have found plenty of success over the past couple of years, so it’s only normal to see that they’re set to reward two of the guys who are partially responsible for that success.
That’s why they announced contract extensions for both GM Brandon Beane and HC Sean McDermott, making sure they stay around at least through the 2027 campaign.
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— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) June 23, 2023
Notably, this tandem is now entering their seventh season together, and they’ll look to clinch the AFC East division title for the fourth year in a row, albeit this campaign will be much more complicated.
They also look to clinch a fifth consecutive playoff berth, cementing themselves as one of the biggest powerhouses in the AFC right now.
McDermott and Beane have orchestrated a culture turnaround since joining the Bills.
The Bills had spent 17 straight seasons without making the playoffs, and he put an end to that drought right away.
Notably, the head coach currently has the best winning percentage in the history of the franchise and is currently third in terms of all-time wins.
Despite being a defensive-minded coach, the Bills’ offense has been nothing short of spectacular since his arrival, especially in the past three years, and not even losing OC Brian Daboll was enough to change that.
Of course, having Josh Allen around also helps, as he’s one of the best quarterbacks in the game right now, but McDermott and Beane have made sure to go the extra mile to give him all the weapons he needs to thrive.NEXT: Bills Defender Is Confident He Can Reach Double-Digit Sacks