Through the first two weeks of the season the Buffalo Bills have become everybody’s pick to win the Super Bowl.

Two blowout wins over two playoff teams from last season have only helped further their case.

Former Colts punter, and walking espresso shot, Pat McAfee took to the airwaves on The Pat McAfee Show to proclaim the Bills have a chance to make history this season.

“This Buffalo Bills team might go on to be the greatest of all time,” McAfee exclaimed. “That’s what it certainly appears like here early. First against the Rams, last night against the Titans. Those are two formidable foes if you look at last year’s records and outcomes. And it didn’t seem like the Buffalo Bills slowed down at all.”

While it’s still very early, and the Bills are currently fighting the injury bug, teams aren’t supposed to look this good this early.

What makes it all the more impressive is that this Bills’ offense is humming with a first-time play caller. Offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey has a seemingly unflappable connection with QB Josh Allen.

“Brand new offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey might be better than Daboll and Josh Allen might be better than Josh Allen was last year when we thought he couldn’t get better,” said McAfee.

If this team can get healthy – and stay healthy – McAfee has just one question about the Bills: Have they peaked too early?

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