One year ago, tragedy struck Buffalo Bills' QB Josh Allen.

Not really, but for a moment, it felt like it. At the end of an interview with NBC's Peter King, Allen stuck his hand out for a handshake. At the same time, King turned his attention away from Allen and back to the camera lens, leaving Allen's hand un-shaken.

The video went viral among football fans, so much so that one year later, Allen was determined to get his revenge.

Spoiler alert: he did.

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Buffalo Bills' QB Josh Allen Gets Hilarious Revenge on NBC's Peter King

A video that was posted by the official Sunday Night Football Twitter account allowed us to relive an awkward-yet-incredible moment from last season's training camp. One year after the handshake snub-heard-'round-the-world, Josh Allen was once again face-to-face with NBC's Peter King.

In a hilarious attempt to get his revenge, here's what Allen did:

It was truly the perfect way to acknowledge the awkward moment, get his on-camera revenge and get a laugh in the process. Well done, all around.

Allen and the Buffalo Bills are less than two weeks away from beginning their slate of preseason games. The team will open up against Indianapolis on August 12th, following which they will play the Steelers on August 19th, and the Bears on August 26th.


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Expectations are once again high in Orchard Park, as the Bills currently have +800 odds to win Super Bowl LVIII. Only the Kansas City Chiefs (+600) and Philadelphia Eagles (+700) have better odds than the Buffalo Bills.

Allen, meanwhile, is the third-most popular pick to win the Associated Press Most Valuable Player Award in 2023.

No pressure though, right?

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