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Sports Illustrated makes these bold predictions for the Bills 100 days in advance of the NFL season

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Only 100 days until the Bills face the Rams in Los Angeles to kick off the 2022 NFL season!

This season is expected to be one of the more exciting years in recent history for the Buffalo Bills. As the coaches and players are midway through OTAs, Sports Illustrated NFL writer Conor Orr is already looking ahead at the 2022 season. He released his 100 bold predictions for this upcoming season and the Bills were mentioned in four of them.

100 Bold Predictions for the 2022 NFL Season:

1. The Bills will defeat the Packers in Super Bowl LVII
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Buffalo is among the most well-coached and complete teams in football. While there is an obvious concern with both of these teams losing their offensive coordinators in 2021 to the head coaching circuit (the Packers' Nathaniel Hackett is in Denver, while Brian Daboll left the Bills to become the head coach of the Giants), both teams, assuming they stay healthy, went above and beyond this offseason solidifying remaining needs._

11. Von Miller twice breaks his single-game sack record in 2022
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The crafty Bills edge rusher is on the hunt for another Super Bowl. Buoyed by a lockdown safety tandem (Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer) and a division full of young quarterbacks (Tua Tagovailoa, Zach Miller, Mac Jones), the future Hall of Famer logs at least 3.5 sacks in a game in 2022 … and not just once._

50. Josh Allen will throw a career-high number of interceptions, but …
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It will matter little because he also will throw a career-high 40 touchdowns, more than enough to lift the Bills to Super Bowl glory. And Allen will become a fantasy savior for the masses._

81. Dalvin Cook won't have the most rushing yards in his family in 2022
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The Bills' faux-spread will create huge running lanes for rookie James Cook out of Georgia. Buffalo's running game hit its stride down the stretch in 2021 and will pick up where it left off Week 1 to buoy Josh Allen's transition out of former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll's offense._

Scroll to see photos as the Buffalo Bills work out in the weight room during Phase 3 of OTAs.

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