How will the Buffalo Bills do in 2020 against their AFC West opponents?
The upcoming 2020 schedule for the Buffalo Bills is as tough as ever with the team putting up arguably their most competent and competitive season in the past couple decades. In return, the NFL gifted the Bills with one of the most competitive divisions in the league as their in-conference opponents, this being the AFC West.
The AFC West is comprised of the reigning Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs, the youthful and talented Los Angeles Chargers, the developing Las Vegas Raiders and lastly the Denver Broncos, who are seemingly riding on the coattails of their division.
Although this is a difficult division to face, the Bills are on an upward trajectory and can beat all four of these teams on any given Sunday. Luckily, the NFL did do the Buffalo Bills a favor by scheduling the two tougher opponents, the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, as home games for the Bills.
However, because of pandemic related stadium restrictions, Bills Mafia will not be able to show up in full force for these games to give the Bills their true home field advantage and “12th man”. With that being said, the Bills will be happy to stay in Buffalo for these two matchups, opposed to losing a day of practice and dealing with travel.