While there is still significant work to do in the 2021 season for the Buffalo Bills, Bills Mafia can begin to dream about weekend trips to a new batch of cities for next season. After coming off of one of the best road schedules ever (from a vacation persepctive) with the likes of New Orleans, Nashville, and Tampa Bay, next years road schedule looks much less exciting for traveling Bills fans. Miami and Los Angeles look like the two best destinations for traveling Bills fans. As the winners of the AFC East for the second straight season, the Bills will play their crossover games against the winners of the AFC South and AFC West. Also, after having the luxury of 9 home games this season, the Bills’ 17th game next year will be on the road.
|Green Bay Packers||Chicago Bears|
|Minnesota Vikings||Detroit Lions|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||Baltimore Ravens|
|Cleveland Browns||Cincinnati Bengals|
|Tennessee Titans||Kansas City Chiefs|
|New England Patriots||New England Patriots|
|New York Jets||New York Jets|
|Miami Dolphins||Miami Dolphins|
|Los Angeles Rams|
- The Bills will see some familiar foes, playing the Titans for the 4th year in a row, the Steelers for the 4th year in a row, and the Chiefs for the 3rd year in a row. That is not counting any matchups they would possibly play in the playoffs, as well.
- Next year the 17th game will be on the road and it will be against the winner of the NFC West: the Los Angeles Rams.
- Aaron Rodgers’ relationship with the Packers has seemed to improve and if he returns to the team we will see Rodgers make one final trip to Orchard Park.
- Stefon Diggs will play against the Vikings for the first time since being traded in early 2020.
The schedule will be out in late April or early May. Until then, the Bills have unfinished business in 2021-2022, starting with a primetime playoff opener against the New England Patriots.