Another day, another outlet names the Buffalo Bills as having the best roster of the NFL going into the 2022 season.
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The most recent was CBS Sports. Buffalo was ranked first in the head-tohead roster rankings.
It comes after another in Pro Football FocusThey did the exact opposite: Placing the Bills at No. 1.
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While that’s all nice, the most important thing is the team and locker room keeping such things in perspective. Winning is more satisfying than offseason rankings.
Throughout this offseason that’s been Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott’s mantra. During interviews, he repeatedly said that such expectations don’t mean anything unless you produce.
“The goal is the goal,” McDermott said during spring practices. “We fire back up at the end of July and we get this thing cranked up. Looking forward to that.”
But for what it’s worth, here’s how CBS Sports broke down the Bills roster :
It’s no wonder Josh Allen’s getting lots of MVP buzz entering year five. Not only is the QB a star in his own right, but he’s got an enviable supporting cast, starting with a one-two-three punch of Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis and Jamison Crowder out wide. That group alone can put on a clinic with route-running (Diggs), deep speed (Davis) and slot work (Crowder), and James Cook’s addition to the backfield should give Allen another outlet. The line isn’t perfect, but Allen’s natural athleticism doesn’t require it.
Sean McDermott’s defense, meanwhile, is probably even more improved coming off three straight playoff runs. Who will dare to play their four front-four (Von Miller Ed Oliver DaQuan Jones, Greg Rousseau and DaQuan Jones) with confidence. Behind them, it’s one play-maker after another, with Matt Milano and Tremaine Edmunds manning the middle, Kaiir Elam joining Tre’Davious White in coverage and the aging but savvy safety duo of Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer rounding out the secondary. If this team doesn’t at least advance to the AFC Championship, fans across New York will be sorely disappointed, and rightfully so.