Sean McVay knows good offenses when he sees them. Quarterback Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills — a team previously known for having a defense-first reputation — have suddenly captured the Los Angeles Rams coach’s attention as the teams prepare to play at Orchard Park, New York, on Sunday. It’s early still, but the Bills (2-0) don’t resemble the once-plodding, inconsistent offensive team which ranked in the bottom half of the NFL in yards gained for all but two of the past 17 seasons, including 24th last year.
Monday night will be must-watch television.
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