The Buffalo Bills are the favorites to win the 2023 Super Bowl. For good reason, they have quarterback Josh Allen and have almost the same team from the 2021 season.

Almost the same team; they added star edge rusher Von Miller and made changes along the defensive line. They did lose Cole Beasley, Jerry Hughes and Harrison Phillips, but from all accounts, they have bettered themselves to finally win it all next season.

Another big reason the Bills are one of the best teams in the NFL is their high-octane offense. Two of their offensive weapons are wide receivers Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie.

Davis and McKenzie are fan favorites too. Both have fun on and off the field, which was showcased by the Bills with their latest embedded video.

It showed Davis, McKenzie and tight end Dawson Knox in their hometowns, and then back at One Bills Drive for the first off-season workout of the spring.

They had to do a complex drill that tested speed, agility and strength. The time to beat was 35 seconds and McKenzie technically did beat that, with a time just over 33 seconds.

Davis did not believe McKenzie did the drill correctly and called him out on it over Twitter.

I have to be honest here, I'm with Davis. McKenzie missed some jumps there at the beginning and the end. I'm sure a rematch will take place this spring.

Seriously though, this is the most likeable Bills team ever. I can't wait for more behind the scenes looks.

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