The Buffalo Bills are in "win-now" mode.  They've built an incredible roster.  There are a lot of expectations from them this year.  So what players need to elevate their game?

It's an understatement to say that anything less than a Superbowl win for the Bills this year will be a disappointment.  They've built what is, at least on paper, arguably the best roster in the NFL.  They've got some superstar players in people like Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and Von Miller.

But football is a team game.  They all have to work together and a team is only as strong as its weakest link. Every player has to play up to their potential every play for a team to truly be a championship-caliber team.

Undoubtedly there are players who have a ton of potential, but you're just waiting on them to take that next step to propel themselves, and their team, to greatness.  Sometimes it's just a little adjustment or a new scheme that can take a player from good to great.

So what players are on the Bills roster right now (this could change by the end of camp) that really need to take that next step to have media outlets talking about them positively every week as if they were the best in the NFL?

These are players that have shown flashes of greatness or have been very good and consistent for years but haven't made many of those huge plays when they were needed.  Some of these guys are at the end of their contracts and they just need to show that they are superstars to get that big money.  Others are a few years in and they need to prove that the Bills were right to take a chance on them in the first place.

Who do you think is on the brink of greatness?

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