Jerel Worthy isn't a name most NFL fans are too familiar with, but Bills fans know that Worthy is a player who gives it his all every season. That effort earned him a spot on the 53 player roster, and he was thrilled to announce that on Twitter.

But that wasn't the only message Worthy had for Bills fans on Twitter.

Past Bills Moves

A string of trades have left Bills fans wondering if Buffalo is looking to tank this year and build for the future. The team traded star receiver Sammy Watkins to the Rams in exchange for a second round pick and cornerback E.J.

Gaines. Cornerback Ronald Darby, who was one of the best defensive players on the team, was traded for a 3rd round pick and wide receiver Jordan Matthews.

Those moves left the Bills with two first round picks, two second round picks, and two third round picks in the 2018 NFL draft. It certainly appears as if the Bills are building toward the future, but there's at least one player on the Bills roster who believes that the team is capable of far greater things.

Worthy's Message

Jerel Worthy posted the following Tweet:

It's great to see that the players aren't planning on giving up on the season. In fact, Worthy seems to think that the Bills could even make it to the Super Bowl this year!

Bills fans, including myself, aren't as optimistic, but you have to love the enthusiasm. Unfortunately, this Tweet was the reaction that many had to Worthy's message.

Bills Game Week 1

Buffalo should be able to get off to a good start in the first week of the season against possibly the worst offense of all time in the New York Jets.

The Bills are listed as 8.5 point favorites and their defense, including Jerel Worthy, should be able to absolutely dominate.

If the Bills don't flop in the first week of the season, they could build off that momentum in week 2. They'll play against Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane's former team in the Panthers on the road.

If they manage to win that game, who knows? After a 2-0 start, anything could happen. It's not likely that Buffalo will beat out the Patriots in the AFC, but other than them, who exactly is the dominant team in the conference? There isn't one, and that should leave a playoff spot open for the taking.

Realistic Expectations?

With a first year head coach and general manager, it will be hard for Buffalo to piece together enough wins to make the playoffs. There has been a ton of roster turnover, and plenty of the players on the team will need to adjust to a new scheme. Still, crazier things have happened in the NFL, and Jerel Worthy's prediction might just come true.