The Buffalo Bills pulled out a hard-fought victory against the Cleveland Browns in Detroit. They played in Detroit because Buffalo had more than six feet of snow, but the Buffalo Bills bucked adversity in usual Bills fashion.
The players had to rely on the community to get them to the airport for the trip to Detroit according to Von Miller’s post-game comments.
This is just the most recent triumph of the Buffalo Bills team over adversity. They have seen far bigger feats like Jim Kelly beating cancer and breaking a 17-year playoff drought. A little rough patch and a snowstorm don’t seem like such a big deal.
Josh Allen is Built to Overcome
It seems like nothing has ever come easily for Josh Allen. He had no Division 1 offers out of high school and wasn’t drafted as an heir apparent or to be a starter in the league. He’s had to prove himself every time.
Allen told the press that he thinks about his supporters and not his haters. Solid advice he got from a high school coach.
He has a positive but realistic outlook for the season. He knows the team has room to grow. He also knows they have the chance to write their own destiny.
Can Anyone Stop the Buffalo Bills?
Sure, that is a pun on their run game, but it is also a fair question. The Buffalo Bills are such a well-rounded team. They may be the most complete team in the NFL.
Josh Allen leads a high-power offense with one of the best wide receivers in the league, Stefon Diggs. The defense terrifies opponents and the addition of Von Miller makes them all the scarier and increases the Buffalo Bills ability to buck adversity.
This is a squad that has beaten all the odds. They keep fighting even when things aren’t looking good. That’s what makes them so hard to beat.
What are the Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Odds?
Vegas had their money on the Philadelphia Eagles after Hurts and company went on an eight-win tear. The odds makers bounce back and forth in their endorsement of the Eagles, Chiefs, and Bills.
The Bills have a pretty favorable schedule for the rest of the season. They face a four-win Detroit team and the Patriots twice. The Patriots are over 500, but they aren’t the team they were during the Brady era.
They also play the Jets, which could be a tough game, the Bears who may be without signal caller Justin Fields, and the Bengals who lost a lot of pieces after their Super Bowl appearance.
When it comes to the Super Bowl the Buffalo Bills can write their own ticket. It’s all about a strong finish to the regular season now.