The fans at the Bills Stadium were in for a treat on Saturday, as was ensured by their star quarterback, Josh Allen. After a strong display against the Indianapolis Colts in the Wild Card Playoffs, Allen continued in the same vein against Lamar Jackson-led Baltimore Ravens yesterday. The former University of Wyoming player went 23 of 37, throwing for 206 yards with one passing TD as the Buffalo Bills won by a 17-3 scoreline.
But what lies in store for the Bills in the coming weeks?
Former New York Jets and Buffalo Bills head coach, Rex Ryan, made an appearance on a recent segment of ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown show. He gave his two cents on the Bills and their shot at having a long run in this year’s playoffs.
“Guys you know what? I don’t think people realize this team…This team’s won 12 games in a row. I don’t think people realize how good this football team is. Like, this team can challenge anybody in this league. I can promise you, nobody hotter,” Ryan said on the show.
Star quarterback Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs have been the guiding lights in the offense. But yesterday’s performance against the Ravens proves that the Bills defense can also chip in when required.
The Bills’ dominance over the Ravens on Saturday night proves they are serious Super Bowl contenders heading into the AFC Championship game. A potential Josh Allen – Patrick Mahomes showdown is on the cards, and NFL fans couldn’t be more excited. Make sure you catch them live on the weekend!