5 teams who should consider taking a risk on Antonio Brown

Josh Allen, Bills
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Buffalo Bills

With the New England Patriots no longer having Tom Brady under center, the AFC East is as open as it has been in a long time. This is an opportune time for the Buffalo Bills to capitalize on that and look further than just a division title.

Earlier in the offseason, the Bills already made a needed splash by trading for Stefon Diggs to fill the role of being the team’s No. 1 receiver. They do have John Brown and Cole Beasley in their supporting cast but could use another high-level target to take it a step further.

The Bills may be turned off to the idea of signing Antonio Brown given their prior attempt to acquire him via trade. It would be understandable for that to be the case, but looking past that would help their chances of emerging as a potential Super Bowl contender in 2020.

3 Comments

  1. I say Green Bay should get him. Him and Rodgers will tare it up. You saw what he and Brady did in just one game.

  2. Fukin retard or blind, but SF is building a NON TOXIC winning culture centered around TEAM FIRST players. Other pay attention or just plain old open your fukin eyes. Jack-ass

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