Buffalo Bills fans have dreamt of seeing their favorite Bills teams hoist the Lombardi Trophy for decades. As it turns out, Josh Allen, the Bills’ franchise quarterback, has experienced those same dreams since joining Buffalo and he won’t stop until he delivers a Super Bowl to Western New York.
Allen is currently in Los Angeles doing plenty of media appearances on Radio Row ahead of Super Bowl LVI. During an interview with Jim Rome, Allen shared why winning a Super Bowl is so important to him.
“It would mean everything in terms of why I play this game,” Allen told Rome when asked what it would mean to finally deliver a Super Bowl to the fans in Western New York. “To be the best at something, obviously, it takes a whole lot of preparation, a lot of skill, a lot of guys coming together to accomplish one single goal. But given the Bills Mafia’s history and the history of the Buffalo Bills, the things that city has had to endure…”.
“The 17-year drought, you know about the stuff before that that I won’t even mention. But to give them that Super Bowl, I mean I have vivid dreams of the parade and what it would be like. It’s something I want to happen so badly that I won’t stop until we do it. So we’re working on it.”
— Jim Rome (@jimrome) February 10, 2022
Although he has not delivered a Lombardi Trophy to Buffalo yet, it’s clear that the Bills have one of the top three quarterbacks in the league. Last year, Allen had the Bills in the AFC Championship Game and while the team did not make it as far this season.
As long as Allen continues to play at such a high level, there is plenty of reason to believe Allen’s vivid dreams will soon be a reality.