The Buffalo Bills will play its final preseason game of 2021 against the Green Bay Packers on Saturday. Through two preseason games so far, the Bills are undefeated and it’ll look to enter the regular season on a positive note with a win over Green Bay.
It’s already been reported that most of Buffalo’s starters will see playing time in the contest, with some playing as much as a half of football. This includes quarterback Josh Allen, who’ll start the game for the Bills. Naturally, a decision like this one comes with a little bit of resistance from the fan base because nobody wants to see anybody, let alone an impact player, get hurt. Head coach Sean McDermott gets the final call, however, and it appears he’s willing to take the risk in exchange for some real-game exposure for his regulars.
Considering Allen will be making his first appearance since Buffalo’s AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs, it only seems right to start with him for my three bold predictions.