2. Buffalo Bills
Josh Allen is golfing these days outside of the cold weather in Buffalo and no one expected him to be doing that this time of the year. It really felt like it was written in the stars for the Bills to break through and win the AFC this year. After losing to the Chiefs in back-to-back campaigns, this time it was the Cincinnati Bengals who destroyed their dreams.
Now, the Bills are going to work on improving this team in the offseason to try and be in the Lombardi Trophy hunt at this point next year. This past offseason and before the trade deadline, there were plenty of rumors out there saying that Barkley could be Buffalo-bound. In the end, though, Schoen kept Saquon in East Rutherford.
The Bills have some questions to answer in the coming months, most importantly regarding the future of Stefon Diggs. At running back, Devin Singletary is set to become a free agent, and he was on a cheap four-year deal. If the Bills are serious about trying to take down Cincy or KC in the playoffs, then they’d absolutely have to give Barkley a strong look.