Following their 41-9 defeat to the Chicago Bears, the ownership of the rebuilding Buffalo Bills has admitted that the team is still many years away from losing another Super Bowl.
“As nostalgic as we may be for those glory days of the late ’80s and early ’90s, it might be a very long time before we have the opportunity to completely crumple on the global stage,” said an exasperated Terry Pegula.
While team rebuilds never happen overnight, Bills players have been getting impatient.
“I have already proven I’m capable of throwing interceptions game to game, but I’ve always dreamed of being able to throw wildly inaccurate passes in the Super Bowl, just like the great Jim Kelly!” said QB Nathan Peterman. “But the way this is going, I don’t know if that will ever happen for me.”
However, Josh Allen was left hoping that if a rebuild was impossible, he could still at least get an offensive line by 2022, the next season that he will have to play the Bears.
By Mitchell Trachtenberg