4. Buffalo Bills
The Buffalo Bills are obviously one of the best teams in the NFL and they have an MVP candidate at QB in Josh Allen. The unfortunate story of this franchise is falling short, but if anyone can push them over the top, it’s going to be Allen.
The Bills got some really bad injury luck last year with Von Miller going down with a torn ACL and missing the second half of the season as a result. Obviously, there was the huge scare late in the year with Damar Hamlin, who is miraculously going to make a return to the field this year, it seems.
Buffalo’s roster continuity and coaching staff continuity are both very impressive. I think this team is what it is and will be great again this coming season.
3. Cincinnati Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals are going to be one of the toughest teams to beat in the NFL as long as Joe Burrow is the quarterback. This guy has the same clutch gene that lives in Tom Brady.
He’s never out of it, and you don’t want him to have the ball last.
The Bengals are taking on some big changes this year with the loss of key guys like Jessie Bates in the secondary, but for the most part, this roster looks really outstanding. The big addition in free agency was taking left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. from their rival Kansas City Chiefs.
The Bengals also might have gotten a little bit more dynamic at the tight end position with the addition of former Vikings second-round pick Irv Smith Jr.