One season ends and the looking ahead to the next begins (although it already had begun for the 30 teams not playing on Super Bowl Sunday).
In the aftermath of the Eagles' victory, ESPN released its way-too-early Power Rankings for 2018, as selected by a group of more than 80 writers, editors and TV personalities.
The Bills come in at No. 20. Here is what ESPN had to say:
The Bills spent most of last offseason shedding key pieces from their roster, so it'll be interesting to see what they do this offseason after ending their playoff drought. The biggest question mark is Tyrod Taylor, who despite having a winning record and the 13th-best Total QBR over the past three seasons (right behind Russell Wilson), could find himself out of a job.
The Patriots are No. 1, the Super Bowl champion Eagles are No. 2, followed by the Steelers, Vikings and Jaguars.