Amazing Stat Indicates The Buffalo Bills Will Win The Super Bowl
There are just eight teams left in the NFL playoffs, as we move past the Wild Card Round of the postseason and into thee Divisional Round.
The Buffalo Bills decimated the New England Patriots, 47-17, in what was the worse loss of Bill Belichick's career. The Bills scored on all seven possessions; did not punt, face a 4th down, attempt a field goal, or turn the ball over. The NFL equivalent of a perfect game.
The Bills victory was their 12th win by 12 or more points this season, including the playoffs.
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Only seven teams in the history of the NFL have ever won 12 or more games, including the postseason, by 12 or more points. The most recent was the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who had one of the greatest defenses of all-time.
The Bucs went on to win the Super Bowl. In fact, all of those seven teams who won 12 or more games by 12 or more points in a single season, went on to win the Super Bowl...
The only team who has yet to win the Super Bowl with that stat, are the 2021 Buffalo Bills, who are getting ready to take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
The teams on this list are all-time greats.
You have the "Greatest Show on Turf," which was the 1999 St. Louis Rams, led by Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce. They are regarded as the best single-season offense in NFL history.
The 1985 Chicago Bears, 2000 Baltimore Ravens and 2002 Bucs had probably the three greatest defenses of all-time. The 1998 Denver Broncos were unstoppable in John Elway's last season, the 1996 Green Bay Packers dominated the NFC behind Brett Favre, and the 1991 Washington team is regarded as one of the most talented teams in NFL history; former Bills wide receiver and Pro Football Hall of Famer. Andre Reed regards that team as the best team the Bills ever faced in the early '90s.
The fact the Bills are in the same company as those teams, with this amazing stat, is mind-blowing.
When healthy and playing their best, nobody in the NFL is a better team than the Bills. The Chiefs have an amazing offense, but they don't have as good a defense as Buffalo. The Bengals offense is great, but the defense is nowhere close to Buffalo's.
People always ask me, what is the real Bills team? Meaning, what is their true identity and potential? That Wild Card game against New England was what happens if the Bills play their best and are fully-healthy -- a 30-point beatdown of a top 5 NFL defense.
It should be an amazing game against the Chiefs this Sunday at 6:30. A rematch of last year's AFC Championship game, which Kansas City won 38-20; although the Bills beat the Chiefs at Arrowhead back in October of this season, 38-24.