Josh Allen, the highest-drafted quarterback in Buffalo Bills history, makes his first NFL start today against the Los Angeles Chargers.
The rifle-armed rookie will also experience the home opener atmosphere at New Era Field for the first time.
After a nightmarish opener with Nathan Peterman starting in Baltimore, the Bills will look to avoid the snowball effect with Allen under center now, Vic Carucci writes.
Pregame primer: Jay Skurski details everything you need to know before the 1 p.m. kickoff and five storylines to watch for. If you're going to the game, it's forecast to be the warmest home opener since 2002.
Vic Carucci's Take Five: Allen will make big plays and blunders in his starting debut.
Inside the Bills: Skruski explains how offensive coordinator Brian Daboll plans to make life easier for Allen.
One-on-one coverage: Josh Allen's QB coach Jordan Palmer tells Carucci why the rookie will have a strong debut.
Sean Kirst: Despite cancer, Pancho Billa is coming back for home opener.
Voice of the fan: The first NFL Sunday is a national holiday, but it turned into a national disgrace this year for Bills backers.
Sports Talk Sunday: Watch Vic and Jay join Adam Benigni at 10 a.m. on WGRZ. Preview the show here.
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