These longtime punchlines now pack punch to contend, with Baker Mayfield leading the Browns off an 11-5 season and Josh Allen helming the Bills, coming off a 13-3 mark.
``The Bills did similar to what the Bucs did–they kept most of their guys and they’re just trying to build on what they already have,’’ Saturday says. ``And you look at the moves that the Browns made on defense–good gosh, adding (linebacker Jadeveon) Clowney–you look at those rosters, and you go, those are two teams you don’t want to mess with. Those are some dudes, man.
``They’re built offensive-line wise, defensive-line wise. Cleveland might arguably have the best roster, just on paper, in the NFL. If Mayfield even plays close to what he did last year, with OBJ (Odell Beckham Jr., who was injured) being added to this offense…This is going to be a team that nobody’s going to want to face in January, I guarantee that.
``The only thing that concerns me with the Bills is, I want to see their run game take another step. Josh Allen last year kind’ve did it all. I want to see their run game take another step forward to help Josh Allen.’’
Kevin Kenney, Senior Contributing Writer to Cigar and Spirits Magazine, is a veteran journalist. He’s also written for United Press International and Fox Sports, among other ports of call.
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