AFC East Power Rankings after preseason finale

New England Patriots, Bailey Zappe
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1. Buffalo Bills

You cannot bet against the Buffalo Bills as the division favorites, right now. Maybe a few weeks in, if the Jets truly look like the real deal, things could change. But, for now, the Bills are too good and too well-rounded to place lower than no. 1 on this list.

Josh Allen is coming off a questionable season as far as his turnovers go, and it's safe to say he's going to improve. It's an area of focus he's concentrated heavily on throughout the offseason, and my bet is that he bounces back there.

Stefon Diggs is still an elite weapon. Dawson Knox and Dalton Kincaid might be the best one-two punch at tight end, in all of football. If James Cook proves he can take on the lead role and become a threat in both aspects of the offense, Buffalo should continue to be up there in offensive production.

Defensively, the Bills are going to miss Von Miller to start the year. But, they're still talented at every level. Buffalo was the sixth-best defense in football last year, even without Miller to end the year. They added Leonard Floyd and still have Matt Milano flying around, so they should be fine until Miller returns.

The Bills are the best team in this division right now, hands down. But, in a few weeks, we'll see if that still holds true.