4 teams the Buffalo Bills should be worried about in 2023

Which AFC teams pose the biggest threat to the Bills' Super Bowl hopes?

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The 2023 NFL season is just about set to kick off, here, and the Buffalo Bills are hoping it ends with the organization's first-ever Super Bowl title.

Now that roster cuts are in the rear view and teams are mostly set around the league, it is just about time for kickoff. The regular season has taken long to get here, but we're finally right around the corner.

These Bills continue to be among AFC favorites behind the play of Josh Allen, but who will they have to contend with in the highly-competitive AFC? There are four teams, in particular, that the Bills are going to have to worry about this year.

4. New York Jets

First and foremost, the Bills have to worry about their division rival, the New York Jets. Yes, over the Miami Dolphins, the Jets are going to be a threat to the Bills. And yes, it all begins with Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers is the type who, if he is still playing, it's for a reason. No matter how many people doubt him, he's going to come out to prove them wrong, and he usually does. Regardless of age or how he looked last year, Rodgers will be out to prove everybody wrong in 2023 and show that he's still got it.

It will certainly help having one of the league's best defenses, too. The Jets finished last season as the no. 4 overall defense in yards allowed and will likely be even better this year. Behind the likes of Sauce Gardner, Quinnen Williams and company, the Jets sure look like they're going to repeat as one of the NFL's top overall units.

Buffalo will be in for a battle both times they play the Jets this year, and the division will not come easily.