The Buffalo Bills open their most anticipated season in decades when they host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Here is our annual season preview, including a deep look at how Sean McDermott is keeping himself and his players level-headed amid the hoopla.
McDermott might never be entirely comfortable with the idea of celebrity, but it’s something he should get used to. The Bills are back in the Super Bowl conversation, and he’s the man largely responsible for getting them there.
Ask about building off last year, and the Buffalo Bills are quick to downplay the idea. What outsiders might view as picking up where they left off, they view as a restart.
Here is how News sports writers project the highly anticipated Buffalo Bills season.
Here are The News' predictions on some stat leaders and more for the Buffalo Bills this season.
The rising superstar, who in some quarters was viewed as a malcontent toward the end of his tenure in Minneapolis, has rejuvenated his brand in Buffalo and been lauded as an exemplary teammate.
Prime-time matchups also depend on big-name quarterbacks. And the Bills, who finished 15-4 last season and lost in the AFC title game to Kansas City, have one.
Here are The News' predictions for NFL division winners, playoffs and individual award winners.
According to TicketIQ, the average price for a Bills game is $414, an increase of 159% over 2019, the last time fans were allowed at full capacity.
Bills beat reporter Mark Gaughan explains why this Pittsburgh Steelers offense is a different animal than what the Bills faced in 2020.
Beebe remembers each of his four like it was, well, not yesterday, but maybe the day before yesterday.
High praise is everywhere for quarterback Josh Allen after what he and the Bills’ offense accomplished last season.
If the “Inside the NFL” crew is right, Bills fans either will be dancing in the street or crying in their beer on Super Bowl Sunday.