The Buffalo Bills have been Super Bowl contenders for years now.
They were even supposed to be the best team in the AFC last season, at least on paper.
But as we’ve seen countless times, paper doesn’t win championships, and the Bills couldn’t get the job done, as per usual.
Now, with Von Miller injured to start the season, all the drama surrounding Stefon Diggs, Brian Daboll no longer around, and their payroll going up, some believe that their Super Bowl window is closing, while others state that it’s closed already.
When asked about it, Bills star Josh Allen told Adam Schein of Mad Dog Sports Radio that he doesn’t pay attention to any of that outside noise.
Is the Bills' Super Bowl window almost closed?
— Mad Dog Sports Radio (@MadDogRadio) August 30, 2023
Allen believes that the Bills have a special group of men who are capable of getting the job done on any given Sunday against any given team.
He knows, however, that it’ll take a massive amount of effort and for them to rally together if they intend to put an end to this drought.
Notably, plenty of the Bills’ hopes will hang on Allen’s shoulders.
Despite being a perennial MVP candidate, Allen has yet to take another leap forward in his development, and last year’s regression without Brian Daboll was somewhat worrisome.
Fans and analysts are keeping tabs on Allen, and this could be a make-or-break season for him, legacy-wise, as the clock is ticking and they want to see results, not just potential.
Will they be able to get over the hump once and for all? We’ll have to wait and see.NEXT: Josh Allen Opens Up On His Relationship With Stefon Diggs