What would an MVP season from Bills QB Josh Allen look like?

The NFL’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) voting has become a de facto ‘most outstanding quarterback on a good team’ ballot. The last nine players to win the MVP have all been passers from playoff teams. That bodes well for Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s chances at adding the prestigious award to his mantle. Allen is coming off of back-to-back seasons where he put up over 5,000 total yards and 40 total touchdowns while leading Buffalo to AFC East crowns. Las Vegas has taken notice. The former seventh overall selection is the odds-on favorite at several sports books, sitting at +600 to take home the MVP hardware. The Bills are Super Bowl favorites with a line of +650. So, if JA17 were to capture the league’s highest individual honor, what could his 2022 MVP season look like? I’m glad you asked! Let’s start by looking at the stats from the last five MVPs, as we said before, all quarterbacks. The previous five MVPs (Aaron Rodgers X2, Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes, and Tom Brady) collected an average of 4,243 passing yards, 40.6 passing touchdowns with seven interceptions on 67.6% passing. They also ran for 401.2 yards and three more touchdowns. To put … Continue reading What would an MVP season from Bills QB Josh Allen look like?