In Josh Allen’s second year in the league, he led the Bills to the playoffs. Following that, in the 2020 season, he led them to the AFC championship game. Now, the team is looking to take that final step to make it to the Super Bowl. With minimal changes within the offense, another year together will help the team immensely going into the 2021 season. There were times that the offense was dynamic and times they would stall. The familiarity will help that side of the ball be more consistent.
The Bills had a glaring lack of a true running back to lean on in the run game, as Zack Moss and Devin Singletary were unimpressive. Josh Allen shouldered a lot of the load in the run game, and that made the offense more predictable. The organization didn’t make any major changes to the backfield, so potentially they believe one of the two main backs can take a step forward this year. In the NFL Draft, the organization heavily focused on defense, taking two pass-rushing linemen with their first two picks. Help in pass-rushing situations is always a plus, and if the Bills can solidify that part of the defense, the rest of the unit looks like a championship-winning group.