If you know Hashtag Sports at all, you will know that while we often take a humorous look at Buffalo Bills football, we always try and be honest. If you've made it this far in the article, this will be more of the first than the second.
What would it take for Allen Hurns to be a target for the Buffalo Bills? Well, in all honesty, he would be a great culture fit. Players and coaches spoke very highly of the former Cowboy and he certainly didn't rattle any cages in his time with Jacksonville. Now that he is a free agent, what circumstances would get him added to the roster in Buffalo? We came up with 3, albeit unlikely, scenarios.
1. Brandon Beane confuses Allen Hurns with former Jaquar and current Chicago Bear Allen Robinson, signs him and then Assistant GM Joe Schoen advises he got the wrong Allen. Beane responds with "You can never have too much Allen"
2. In a strange team bonding adventure, the Bills leadership rents Pro-Go-Kart racing vehicles and challenges players to race each other within their positions inside the confines of One Bills Drive parking lots. Regretably the Offensive Linemen went first, compromising the durability of the Go Karts for the next racers. Cole Beasley and John Brown suffer broken collerbones and ankles respectively in the carnage that could only be described as "A unfortunate reminder of how precious life is". Allen Hurts is signed to fill one of the two spots.
3. Frantically scribbling plays on lined, college ruled, three hole punched paper, Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll gives Josh Allen and his receiver group a new series of plays. In his haste, he did not draw the plays to scale on the lined paper. Josh Allen proceeds to throw bullets to receivers running 2 yard drag routes, breaking the thumb of Robert Foster and giving concussions to three Offensive Linemen from taking 67 mph darts at point blank range in the back of the helmet. Daboll is fired and Allen Hurns is brought in to replace Foster.
Pretty unlikely, right? So is the chance that the Bills sign Hurns.