The NFL kicks off with a strong match-up this season with the reigning Super Champion Los Angelas Rams taking on the overwhelming favorite to win this year's Lombardi Trophy, the Buffalo Bills. Quarterback Josh Allen is ready to lead the Bills Mafia to their first Super Bowl title next February, especially with, fresh off of his Super Bowl run with the Rams, Von Miller now anchoring the Bills already tough defense. The Rams are still stacked with stars like quarterback Matthew Stafford, defensive end Aaron Donald and wide receiver Cooper Kupp, so the match-up should be nothing short of terrific. However, the Rams have something extra on their side that may scare you from putting your coins on Buffalo...
Who will win the Super Bowl? Well, you have to get there first. All of this year's season predictions are below, each division champion, wild-card teams and conference champions, plus the Super Bowl LVII winning team and score prediction!
Sometimes, the history of a sports franchise is lost on its players. Time after time, you hear team members make statements of surprise when it comes to historical facts about the organization that signs their paycheck. Often, the pain of the past is dismissed by the present. The painful history of the Buffalo Bills and their fanbase has not been lost on their new defensive superstar, Von Miller and he made sure that they know it.
Coming off of a disappointing playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in January, the Buffalo Bills didn't wait long to improve, making impact free agent signings, like star linebacker Von Miller and new Josh Allen weapon, wide receiver, Jamison Crowder. The team with arguably the most talented quarterback actually got better. Today on The Drive with Charlie & Dan, we had Dwain McFarland from Pro Football Focus (PFF), an analytics site that focuses on information useful for fantasy football. PFF thinks the Bills are pretty good this year.
The number 5 means something to New York Giants first round draft pick, Kayvon Thibodeaux. The defensive sensation out of the University of Oregon terrorized collegiate quarterbacks while donning the number five for the Ducks. Two weeks ago, Thibodeaux was selected 5th overall in the 2022 NFL Draft by new general manager Joe Schoen. So, you could say that the number 5 is pretty special to Kayvon.