The Buffalo Bills will be reporting to training camp in less than three weeks. By then, the 2022 campaign will officially begin.

It's always a blast when the Bills are back at camp and another season is so close, but these past two seasons have been even better, since the national media is giving the Bills a lot of love. In fact, the Bills are the favorites to win the Super Bowl in 2022; at least, according to Vegas.

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One member of one of the most famous musical groups out there agrees with the national consensus that the Bills are a favorite to win the whole thing this season.

The Backstreet Boys performed live at Darien Lake amphitheater this past weekend, and I always say that you know an artist, group or band knows their stuff when they say "Buffalo" instead of "New York" at Darien Lake.

Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys made sure to give the Bills praise to the crowd and even made a bold prediction.

In a video courtesy of Ryan Talbot of New York Upstate and Syracuse Dot Com, Carter predicted a Bills Super Bowl victory this season, and even went so far to say "go ahead, put it on the internet...the Buffalo Bills are gonna win the Super Bowl this year."

Carter even tells AJ McLean, "they're gonna have to beat the Kansas City Chiefs, right AJ?"

Carter was born in Jamestown, NY, so he was in the region with Bills fans growing up.

Even though I grew up on country music, the Backstreet Boys were part of my childhood as well, since they were at their peak popularity when I was in elementary school.

It's so cool to see the Bills go viral because of the Backstreet Boys.

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