Buffalo Bills rookies serenade team with Backstreet Boys song, APPROVED by QB Josh Allen

‘Tell Me Why’: Buffalo Bills rookies serenade crew with rendition of Backstreet Boys tune…APPROVED by QB Josh Allen as crew goals for 1st Super Bowl title

  • The 4 linemen belted out a shirtless model of ‘I Want it That Way’
  • Bills veterans appreciated the trouble, with Allen waving his telephone like a lighter
  • Buffalo opens the 2022 NFL season because the favorites to win the Super Bowl 

If you are in want of a singing group in your subsequent get together, wedding ceremony or occasion, then look no additional than 4 rookies preventing for a roster spot on the Buffalo Bills.

In a video obtained by TMZ, 4 rookie offensive linemen have been caught shirtless and belting out a rendition of the Backstreet Boys 1999 traditional ‘I Want it That Way’ in entrance of a crew assembly.

Our quartet of singers from left to proper goes Luke Tenuta out of Virginia Tech, Derek Kerstetter from Texas, Tanner Owen of Northwest Missouri State, and Alec Anderson of UCLA.

Of the 4, Tenuta was the one one to be drafted, going within the sixth spherical with the 209th choose.

(left to right) Luke Tentua, Derek Kerstetter, Tanner Owen, and Alec Anderson sing for the team

(left to proper) Luke Tentua, Derek Kerstetter, Tanner Owen, and Alec Anderson sing for the crew

Bills playoff misfortune: Buffalo’s final 10 playoff appearances
Season  Result 
2021 Lost in Divisional to Kansas City
2020  Lost AFC Championship to Kansas City 
2019  Lost Wild Card to Houston 
2017  Lost Wild Card to Jacksonville 
1999  Lost Wild Card to Tennessee 
1998  Lost Wild Card to Miami 
1996  Lost Wild Card to Jacksonville 
1995  Lost Divisional to Pittsburgh 
1993  Lost Super Bowl XXVIII to Dallas 
1992  Lost Super Bowl XXVII to Dallas 

The crew appeared to like the trouble, with All-Pro quarterback Josh Allen turning on the flashlight on his telephone turning it into a pretend live performance lighter.

It’s a second of brevity on a Buffalo Bills crew seemingly destined to make the Super Bowl – or not less than the AFC Championship. 

Buffalo opens the 2022 season as the percentages on favorites to win the Super Bowl – which might be the primary title in a significant sport the Queen City of the Lakes has ever seen. 

The crew got here near getting there within the 2021 season, falling in additional time to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Buffalo appears decided to exorcise the demons of a coin toss that gave Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes the soccer, to attain the landing that ended the sport.  

That’s resulting from an additional time rule that acknowledged the interval would finish on the primary landing scored – even when the opposite crew by no means possessed the ball.

The Bills efficiently lobbied the league to vary the rule so each groups may achieve possession of the ball, going into impact this season. 

It wasn’t the primary time the rule had a right away finish on an necessary playoff recreation – most notably, the 2016 New England Patriots have been in a position to full the biggest comeback in Super Bowl historical past by scoring a landing on the primary possession in opposition to the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

Even although the Chiefs have been beneficiaries of the rule final season, they have been burned by it earlier than when the Patriots crew of 2018 received the AFC Championship recreation on the primary possession earlier than occurring to win Super Bowl LIII.

Bills QB Josh Allen (throwing) hopes to bring the city of Buffalo its first title in a major sport

Bills QB Josh Allen (throwing) hopes to convey the town of Buffalo its first title in a significant sport

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