Jason McIntyre: “The Buffalo Bills’ Super Bowl window is closed, it’s shut, it’s over. Three straight incredible years, double-digit wins, Josh Allen on the rookie contract, came so close against Kansas City in that overtime loss—one of the most gut-wrenching losses... Last year they had the off-field chaos [Damar Hamlin] that really made it difficult, 13 wins and then they lose in the playoffs. Folks, there is some stuff going on in Buffalo. I’ve talked on the Leslie Frazier loss at defensive coordinator, an extremely good defensive coordinator. And, oh, by the way, the ‘green dot’ linebacker, Tremaine Edmunds, the guy who relayed the play from the defensive coordinator, he’s gone and left in free agency. Both of your starting safeties are now 32 and getting up there in age. Albert Breer just talked about Von Miller coming back from the ACL... We forgot Stefon Diggs, of course, with his drama. A lot is happening in Buffalo; what’s happening with McDermott? I see the AFC East taking a big leap and I see the Buffalo Bills’ Super Bowl window closing shut.” (Full Segment Above)
Watch Jason McIntyre, guest-hosting for Colin Cowherd on The Herd, explain why he thinks the Buffalo Bills’ Super Bowl window has officially closed, as Jason gives his fives boldest predictions for the upcoming NFL season.
Buffalo has gone a scorching 47-18 the last four seasons and has captured the AFC East crown the last three years in the wake of Tom Brady’s exodus to Tampa, but they’ve remained in the shadow of the great Patrick Mahomes in the AFC.
Check out the segment above as Jason details why the Josh Allen/Stefon Diggs drama coupled with the rise of the Jets and Dolphins in-division could spell doom for a group who had legitimate shots at winning a Super Bowl.