The Buffalo Bills were just seconds away from eliminating the Kansas City Chiefs to make the AFC Conference Championship Game for the second season in a row. Then, Patrick Mahomes magic forced overtime, won the coin toss and scored a touchdown to pick up the victory.
Quarterback Josh Allen is a star, and he proved it with his stellar showing against the Chiefs. After this game, the Bills need to do everything imaginable to improve their roster to help them reach the Super Bowl for the first time since the 1993 season, in hopes of winning their first Lombardi Trophy.
While Buffalo’s running stats throughout this season were good, Allen played a role in that by his ability to scramble when sensing an opening at the line of scrimmage to make a huge gain. Devin Singletary led the team with 870 yards on 188 carries. Zack Moss picked up 345 yards on 96 carries.
Adding McCaffrey could seriously put Buffalo over the edge in what is an extremely competitive AFC. Plus, his pass-catching ability is a plus for the Bills offense.