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Is this the year – finally?

The Bills are entering the 2023 season with high expectations, as they aim to repeat their success from recent years and take things even higher, aiming for their first-ever Super Bowl championship.

The question remains to be answered: Will this finally be their year?

During the offseason, the Bills made several key acquisitions, including signing backup quarterback Kyle Allen from the Houston Texans and wide receiver Deonte Harty from the New Orleans Saints. The team also added depth to its offensive line by signing guards Connor McGovern from the Dallas Cowboys and David Edwards from the Los Angeles Rams. They will help cover the team’s losses of wide receiver John Brown, running back Duke Johnson, guard Rodger Saffold, and defensive end Mike Love. Additionally, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds signed a massive free-agent contract with the Chicago Bears.

There have also been some changes in staffing that could be key to improving the players’ performance. Wide receivers coach Chad Hall left the team for the same position with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Taking over for Hall is Adam Henry. Austin Gund was promoted to offensive assistant/offensive line, and Kyle Shurmur was named offensive quality control coach. However, the team needs to improve on their weaknesses. Although starting quarterback Josh Allen is the team’s most potent weapon, thanks to his passing and running skills, his style of play can also be risky, as he had more turnover-worthy plays (33) than any other quarterback in the NFL. Their lack of depth at receiving is also something that could bring them problems if Stefon Diggs’ season isn’t as good as it’s been, but there is a lot of hope on tight end and rookie Dalton Kincaid, the Bills first pick in the draft, who is a solid pass catcher.

Their divisional rivals are also aiming higher and have made key moves, the most important being the addition of Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets, someone who will most certainly try to strip away the Bills AFC East dominance. The remaining rivals in their division have not stayed behind, with the Miami Dolphins signing Jalen Ramsey, widely regarded as one of the best cornerbacks in the league. At the same time, the New England Patriots improved their roster by signing wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster from the Kansas City Chiefs.

So, what can we expect from the Bills in 2023? Will they be able to repeat their success and contend for the Super Bowl, or will they regress and fall behind their rivals in the AFC East?

How did the New York Bills perform in the 2022 NFL Season?

The Buffalo Bills had their 53rd season in the NFL and 63rd overall, and it was one of the best seasons in franchise history. They finished with a 13-3 record and reached their third divisional championship in a row, establishing dominance in the AFC East. However, their journey only took them to the divisional round, where they lost against the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10.

Led by quarterback Josh Allen, who had a remarkable year with 4,899 passing yards and 38 touchdowns, and wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who was one of the best receivers in the league with 1,578 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns, the Bills had one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL. Their defense was also as dominant as in previous years, ranking in the top five in points allowed and turnovers forced.

This successful season made eight of their players be selected to the Pro Bowl: Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, Dawson Knox, Dion Dawkins, Rodger Saffold, Mitch Morse, Matt Milano, and Jordan Poyer, with Diggs and Milano reaching the AP All-Pros team.

Despite all this season’s success, the Bills experienced one of the most challenging moments in NFL history. During the week 17 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, safety Damar Hamlin had a near-death experience after making a tackle that made him collapse on the field. He suffered cardiac arrest and was resuscitated by medical staff on the field before being taken to a hospital in critical condition. The NFL declared the game a no-contest, making this the only time in history that a regular season game was canceled after it started and was never resumed.

wice. Despite not capturing a Super Bowl title, this remarkable run solidified the Bills as a powerhouse in the league.

Following their Super Bowl appearances, the Bills experienced a period of mixed results and playoff droughts. However, the team began to show signs of resurgence in the late 2010s under head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane, building a strong roster that included quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs.

Today, the Buffalo Bills continue to be a competitive presence in the AFC East and the NFL as a whole. Their storied history, characterized by moments of triumph and heartbreak, has endeared them to fans both locally and nationally, cementing their place as a respected franchise in professional football.

Who did the Buffalo Bills acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

The Bills picked the following players for this upcoming season:

  • Round 1, Pick 25 (From Jacksonville): Dalton Kincaid, TE, Utah
  • Round 2, Pick 59: O’Cyrus Torrence, G, Florida
  • Round 3, Pick 91: Dorian Williams, LB, Tulane
  • Round 5, Pick 150 (From Washington): Justin Shorter, WR, Florida
  • Round 7, Pick 230 (From Houston): Nick Broeker, G, Ole Miss
  • Round 7, Pick 252 (From LA Rams): Alex Austin, CB, Oregon State

Who else did the Bills sign for the 2023 Season?

The Bills signed several undrafted free agent players to their training squad, but none made the 53-man roster for this upcoming season.

They did sign the following free-agent players to their roster. These are the players who made the cut:

  • Kyle Allen, QB, Houston Texans
  • Deonte Harty, WR, New Orleans Saints
  • Connor McGovern, G, Dallas Cowboys
  • Trent Sherfield, WR, Miami Dolphins
  • Damien Harris, RB, New England Patriots
  • David Edwards, G, Los Angeles Rams
  • Taylor Rapp, S, Los Angeles Rams
  • Latavius Murray, RB New Orleans Saints / Denver Broncos
  • Poona Ford, DT, Seattle Seahawks
  • Leonard Floyd, DE, Los Angeles Rams

Buffalo Bills Key Matchups in 2023

The Buffalo Bills are currently one of the most exciting teams to watch in the NFL, which is why they’re one of four teams to have six primetime games this season.

Here are some of the most important games they’ll have to face this season:

  • Week 1 at New York Jets: The Bills kick off their season with a divisional rivalry game on the road against the Jets on Monday Night Football in a game that will be a test for the Bills to see how they’ll perform against a new-look Jets squad from last year, this time with Aaron Rodgers at the helm.
  • Week 5 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: The Bills will travel to London for their first international game since 2015 when they face the Jaguars at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. They will have to overcome the jet lag and the unfamiliar environment, but they have the edge in talent and experience.
  • Week 9 at Cincinnati Bengals: In this Sunday Night Football matchup, the Bills will face the team that knocked them out of the playoffs in the divisional round last season and contain Joe Burrow and his playmakers. This year, they have a more balanced offense and a more robust defense.
  • Week 14 at Kansas City Chiefs: The Bills will face the Super Bowl champions and the favorites to win the AFC in 2023, as they have the best quarterback in the league in Patrick Mahomes. The Bills will need to play their best game to win and clinch both the division and the conference.

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When were the Buffalo Bills established and joined the NFL?

Businessman Ralph Wilson founded the Buffalo Bills on October 28, 1959. They were initially part of the AFL (American Football League) and joined the NFL in 1970 after the AFL-NFL merger. They play in the AFC East conference alongside the New York Jets, New England Patriots, and Miami Dolphins.

Who owns the Buffalo Bills?

The Buffalo Bills are owned by Terrence and Kim Pegula, who bought the team in 2014 for $1.4 billion from the Wilson family. The Pegulas also own the Buffalo Sabres, a team in the National Hockey League (NHL) team. The Pegulas have invested heavily in the development of downtown Buffalo and the surrounding areas, creating a sports and entertainment district called Pegula Sports and Entertainment (PSE). The team was owned by Ralph Wilson between its establishment in 1959 and his death in 2014, making him the longest-tenured owner in NFL history. Wilson was instrumental in the merger of the AFL and the NFL in 1970 and established revenue sharing among the teams. Wilson was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009.

Who is the head coach of the Buffalo Bills?

The head coach of the Buffalo Bills is Sean McDermott, who was hired in January 2017. He has led the team to five playoff appearances in his first six seasons, including three consecutive AFC East division titles from 2020 to 2022. He is also the defensive coordinator for the team. McDermott has a career record of 66-40 as the Bills head coach, ranking first in franchise history in win percentage with .639 and third in wins after Marv Levy and Lou Saban.

What are some of the other personnel and assistant coaches?

  • Brandon Beane, general manager
  • Al Holcomb, senior defensive assistant
  • Ken Dorsey, offensive coordinator
  • Matthew Smiley, special teams coordinator

How many championships have the Buffalo Bills won?

The Buffalo Bills have not yet won any Super Bowls. They are the only team to win four consecutive conference championships (1990-1993) and appear in four straight Super Bowls – however, they lost all of them. The 1991 Super Bowl was lost heartbreakingly, 19-20, due to a missed field goal by Scott Norwood.

How many divisional championships have the Buffalo Bills won?

The Buffalo Bills have won 13 divisional championships in their history. They won the AFL East division three times (1964, 1965, 1966) and the AFC East division ten times (1980, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995, 2020, 2021 and 2022).

What is the Buffalo Bills best overall season record?

The Buffalo Bills best overall season record was in 1964 when they finished with a 12-2-0 record and won the AFL Championship for the first time in franchise history.

What is the Buffalo Bills overall franchise record?

The Bills overall franchise record is 462 wins, 495 losses, and eight ties as of the end of the 2022-2023 season – including their regular season and postseason games from 1960 to 2023. Their winning percentage of .483 ranks 24th among the 32 NFL teams.

Who are the most famous players in Buffalo Bills history?

The Buffalo Bills have had many prominent players, such as Bruce Smith, a defensive end who played from 1985 to 1999 and holds the NFL record for career sacks at 200. O.J. Simpson, a running back who played from 1969 to 1977, was the first to rush for 2,000+ yards in a season and won the NFL’s MVP in 1973. Thurman Thomas, a running back from 1988 to 1999, was the NFL’s MVP in 1991 and led the Bills in rushing yards and touchdowns. Jim Kelly, quarterback from 1986 to 1996, led the team to four straight Super Bowls. Andre Reed, a wide receiver from 1985 to 1999, holds franchise records and was a crucial part of four Super Bowl appearances.

Where do the Buffalo Bills play?

The Buffalo Bills play at Highmark Stadium, located in Orchard Park, New York, which opened in 1973 and has a capacity of 71,608 seats. The stadium was formerly known as Rich Stadium, Ralph Wilson Stadium, New Era Field, and Bills Stadium before getting its current name in 2021. In 2026, it’s slated to be replaced by a brand-new stadium with a 64,000-seat capacity and state-of-the-art amenities.

Who are the Buffalo Bills biggest rivals?

The Buffalo Bills have significant NFL rivals, notably the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, and Kansas City Chiefs. The Dolphins, the oldest and most renowned Bills rival, entered the league six years after the Bills, fostering consistent competition. The Dolphins hold a 62-56-1 record against the Bills and have won two playoff games. The rivalry draws from city differences and key games, like the 1966 54-24 Bills victory and the 2021 56-24 win. The Patriots, another major rival, began in the league simultaneously with the Bills, engaging in 126 contests. With a 77-49-1 record, the Patriots dominated the series with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. The Chiefs, a newer rival, have intensified the rivalry recently. Formerly the Dallas Texans, they shifted to Kansas City in 1963. The Bills lead with a 28-24-1 record in 53 games played. Emerging in the 1960s AFL era, this rivalry showcased memorable playoff games like the 1993 32-point Bills comeback and the 2000 "Music City Miracle." The current competitiveness of this rivalry stems from both teams' strong AFC standings.

What is the Buffalo Bills mascot?

The Buffalo Bills mascot is Billy Buffalo, a blue American buffalo who wears the uniform number BB. He joined the team as the full-time mascot in 2000 and has entertained the fans and the community ever since. He is named after “Buffalo Bill” Cody, a famous hunter and showman who inspired the team’s name. You can learn more about Billy Buffalo on these websites:

Have the Buffalo Bills retired any jersey numbers?

Yes, the Buffalo Bills have retired three jersey numbers in franchise history. These players are all members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and were part of the Bills teams that won four consecutive AFC championships from 1990 to 1993:

  • 12, Jim Kelly: a quarterback who played for the Bills from 1986 to 1996. He led the team to four consecutive Super Bowl appearances, although they lost each game. He was a five-time Pro Bowler, a two-time All-Pro, and the NFL MVP in 1991. He holds the NFL record for most yards gained per completion in a single season (9.03 in 1990). Kelly went into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2002.
  • 34, Thurman Thomas: a running back who played for the Bills from 1988 to 1999. He was vital to the Bills "K-Gun" offense that used no-huddle shotgun formations. He was a five-time Pro Bowler, a three-time All-Pro, and the NFL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in 1991. He is one of only six players in NFL history to have over 10,000 rushing yards and 4,000 receiving yards in his career. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007.
  • 78, Bruce Smith: a defensive end who played for the Bills from 1985 to 1999 and is widely regarded as one of the greatest defensive players ever. He is the NFL’s all-time leader in sacks with 200, and he also recorded 1,224 tackles, 43 forced fumbles, and 15 fumble recoveries. He was an 11-time Pro Bowler, an eight-time All-Pro, and a two-time Defensive Player of the Year (1990 and 1996). He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009.

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What are the Buffalo Bills colors?

The Bills colors are royal blue, red, navy blue, and white. While the Buffalo Bills haven’t officially stated the original meaning behind each color, several potential interpretations exist:

  • Royal Blue: This hue takes precedence in the logo, symbolizing the buffalo (or bison), symbolic of the team and the city. Moreover, it conveys loyalty, fortitude, and valor.
  • Red: Represented as the stripe extending from the buffalo's horn in the logo, red could evoke notions of vitality, dynamism, and fervor. Alternatively, it alludes to blood, conflict, and intensity concepts.
  • Navy Blue: Outlining the buffalo, navy blue creates depth and motion juxtaposed with royal blue – a shade that connotes professionalism, stability, and reliability.
  • White: The color of the buffalo's eye carries connotations of purity, serenity, and innocence. Moreover, it embodies clarity, elegance, and uncomplicated sophistication.

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When is the next Buffalo Bills event?

The next Buffalo Bills event is on October 1, 2023 at Gameday Hospitality - Orchard Park in Orchard Park, NY. Event Tickets Center has 179 tickets available for this event.

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Gameday Hospitality - Orchard Park Oct 1, 2023 From $33 179
Highmark Stadium Oct 1, 2023 From $268 1,337
Gameday Hospitality - Orchard Park Oct 15, 2023 From $33 201
Highmark Stadium Oct 15, 2023 From $251 3,907
Gillette Stadium Oct 22, 2023 From $245 2,189
Gameday Hospitality - Orchard Park Oct 26, 2023 From $33 251
Highmark Stadium Oct 26, 2023 From $136 3,994
Gameday Hospitality - Cincinnati Nov 5, 2023 From $31 198
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