Allen focused on bringing Lombardi Trophy to Buffalo
Bills quarterback Josh Allen is focused on bringing a Super Bowl victory to Buffalo.
"Just understanding our window, and I want to give everything that I have for as long as I play," Allen said Tuesday, per team reporter Maddy Glab.
"I'm not saying that I haven't done that in the past, but there's always new ways that I can find to get better and not being complacent with what I'm doing on the field, understanding that there's a lot of plays that we left out there. And, statistically, you look at it, we were a top three-to-four offense in the league last year, and it wasn't good enough. So, just losing the playoffs isn't fun, you know?"
The Bills have made the playoffs every year since 2019 but have failed to reach the Super Bowl. An AFC Championship Game loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in 2020 is the closest they've come.
"And I so badly want to bring a Super Bowl here to Buffalo, and I just don't want anything to get in the way of allowing me to be the best quarterback that I can be for this team," Allen said.
This offseason, Buffalo added first-round tight end Dalton Kincaid, second-round offensive lineman O'Cyrus Torrence, free-agent running back Damien Harris, and free-agent offensive lineman Connor McGovern in an effort to bolster the offensive talent surrounding Allen.
"I've seen a different Josh this offseason, not that it was bad before, but he's got a new sense of focus and determination, which is good," head coach Sean McDermott said.
Allen has a 52-24 record as a starter in the regular season, and Buffalo has won three consecutive AFC East titles. The Bills will look to continue their regular-season dominance when they face the New York Jets in Week 1.