The Buffalo Bills haven’t won the AFC East title since 1995, but the quarterback of that team predicted that will change in 2020.Hall of Fame member Jim Kelly said in an interview on CBS Sports radio that he expects the Bills to end the New England Patriots’ reign on the division. New England has won 16 of the past 17 division championships but enter the season without quarterback Tom Brady on the roster for the first time since 2000.”If they don’t, then something’s wrong,” Kelly said. “Tom Brady is not there to block you anymore, so that, to me, is huge.”Kelly said he has faith in third-year quarterback Josh Allen and a roster the Buffalo front office has been building.”I think he’s taken a big jump,” Kelly said of Allen. “I’m proud of the way he’s handled everything. His leadership is something I think the team was looking for and they finally got it — a quarterback to come in here and make it their team — and Josh has definitely shown that. I think the only thing he needs to work on — he’s such a great athlete that I think sometimes when he drops back and his first option is not there, he relies on his athletic ability to make a play when it’s not there right away. If he goes through his progressions more, I think he’ll find out that the bigger play might be there. The good thing about it is we have a quarterback who is an athlete, that can make big plays with their legs.”And all that should translate to an AFC East title, he said.