Today is the day that rookies reported to St. John Fisher University for Buffalo Bills training camp. Veterans will report a week from today, with the first practice getting underway on July 26th. The NFL off-season is over.

The Bills made a few changes to the roster, including adding offensive lineman Connor McGovern, David Edwards and drafting guard O'Cyrus Torrence in the second round.

Buffalo added wide receiver Deonte Harty, Trent Sherfield, running back Damien Harris, safety Taylor Rapp and edge rusher Leonard Floyd. They also drafted tight end Dalton Kincaid in the first round.

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Let's also not forget that the Bills will have Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde healthy, which was not the case for the entire 2022 season. DaQuan Jones and Von Miller will also be healthy, as will Josh Allen, who battled a hurt elbow in November and December of 2022.

They lost Tremaine Edmunds, Jamison Crowder, Isaiah McKenzie and Devin Singletary, but with all those changes above, the Bills still have a top three roster in the NFL.

Despite all that and past seasons' success, national media personalities are jumping on the bandwagon of not picking the Bills to not only finish second or third in the AFC East, but some are picking them to not make the playoff altogether.

ESPN's Get Up show picked who will win the AFC East and all but one personality/reporter picked the Jets to win the division.

Only Dan Orlovsky, former NFL quarterback, picked the Bills.

The Jets should have one of the best defenses in the NFL. That defense almost single-handedly got them into the postseason in 2022. They added Aaron Rodgers, who only has to be a little better than Mike White was last season to make the playoffs.

However, as improved as the Jets should be, the Bills roster on paper is only behind the Philadelphia Eagles for overall talent, top to bottom.

The Miami Dolphins made the playoffs last season and are looking to battle for the division as well. The AFC East is the most difficult division in the NFL but the Jets are not unanimous picks to win the division in 2023.

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