5 Positives and negatives for the Buffalo Bills going into the offseason

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Buffalo Bills Positive: The Bills should dominate the AFC East

The Bills are 3-0 at home in the playoffs under Sean McDermott, and they should get more home playoff games by winning their division in the future. The Bills might have lucked out because their divisional foes have all taken quarterbacks in the top 15 picks of the draft, but so far, it doesn’t look like Zach Wilson, Tua Tagovailoa, or Mac Jones are on the same level as Josh Allen.

Zach Wilson was turnover and sack machine in year one, Tua has troubled to grab a hold of the starting job, and while he is effective Mac Jones lacks the firepower to go blow for blow with an upper-echelon QB like Allen.

While these quarterbacks are young and could turn it around, none of these organizations have the Bills’ stability. The Dolphins have just fired their coach, and Bill Belichick’s time is ticking as he is now about to turn 70. The Bills outscored their divisional opponents 223-90 in 7 meetings in 2021-2022. They should continue to dominate in the years to come.