AFC East preview: Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Jets

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Buffalo Bills Super Bowl competition, the return of the New England Patriots, up-and-coming Miami dolphins and an intriguing New York Jets recovery. Sky Sports NFL Announces AFC East Ahead Of New Season

Talk time is almost over and the 2021 NFL season is just around the corner. And as the start draws near, Sky Sports NFL’s writers are breaking down all eight divisions, from key players to the biggest acquisitions.

For now, let’s take a look at the contenders – here we talk about Josh Allen’s Buffalo Bills and the rest of AFC East.

Main coach: Sean McDermott

Key person: It is clear Josh Allen… Over three seasons in the league, he has significantly improved his passing yards (2074, 3089, 4544), passing touchdowns (10, 20, 37) and passing percentage (52.8, 58.8, 69.2). He added 25 quick landings along the way and could easily have become last year’s most valuable player.

Expect the same from one of the NFL’s brightest players after signing a grand six-year $ 258 million renewal this summer.

Major additions: Bills have sought out the NFL draft’s wingers this year, adding Gregory Russo in the first and Carlos ‘Boogie’ Basham Secondly. But a good and strong team is that they don’t have much rush to get started.

The free agency was pretty quiet. If he hadn’t participated in training for a foot injury, Emmanuelle Sanders most likely will be at the beginning of the rotation with the recipient. On the way back Matt Braida can contribute. An important name from the group of veterans is the protector. Mitchell Tubes… If something happens to Allen (fingers crossed, no), he will be replaced by the former No. 2 overall – and he has been impressive so far in the preseason.

Last season: An absolutely exhilarating 13: 3 regular season is what Bill’s fans have been waiting for for decades. Buffalo scored a franchise-record-breaking 501 points (second only to Green Bay) and, sending the Colts and Ravens into the postseason, reached their first 21st Century AFC Championship.

Despite the fact that Patrick Mahomes and company got the better of them that day, the campaign was successful. They won AFC East for the first time since 1995 and won a division for the first time in their history.

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