Josh Allen Tweets Hilarious NFL Draft Hype Video

Josh Allen tweets a funny video about Bills GM Brandon Beane ahead of the 2022 NFL Draft.
Josh Allen tweets a funny video about Bills GM Brandon Beane ahead of the 2022 NFL Draft. / Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The Buffalo Bills may not be in a position to hold any high first round picks these days, but that doesn't make draft day any less exciting for Bills Mafia.

Josh Allen is just as excited as everyone else, and he showed that with an absolutely incredible video on Twitter.

For those who aren't up to speed on all the reference Allen has going here, this is a scene from the Kevin Costner movie Draft Day, with Bills GM Brandon Beane edited in. In the movie, Costner's character throws down a sheet of paper that ready "Vontae Mack [the player he wants to draft] no matter what."

In Allen's video, the paper instead reads "Matt From Wii Sports no matter what." Anyone who has played Wii Sports knows that Matt is one of the talented multi-sport athletes in video game history. Whether you're playing tennis, baseball or boxing, you don't want to see Matt across from you.

We know Josh Allen has been putting in a ton of work this offseason, and it's just as great to see how much fun he's having off the field.

FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL Draft odds have Allen's Bills projected as most likely to draft either a running back (+210 odds) or cornerback (+210 odds) with their first pick. Or maybe they'll draft Matt, who could play both positions.

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