Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen had a mediocre season statistically, but the reps that he earned in his first year were valuable. As we all know, Allen didn’t have much help on the offensive side of the ball, so with the talent that General Manager Brandon Beane added, fans will rightfully expect more production.
Allen’s arm and athleticism make life stressful for opposing defensive coordinators, especially in the red zone. He is able to zip a pass through a tight window or pull it down and beat linebackers to the pylon on any play.
Step into the film room with Erik and Nate to break down Allen’s 2018 production in the red zone. They will show why his dual-threat ability helped extend drives and score points. More importantly, they’ll show how the team can build upon their successes from last year.
01:20 Red zone statistics, Josh Allen the passing and rushing threat
06:52 Superman vs. The Vikings
16:26 Schooling the Titans defense
23:28 Lions play coverage and spy Allen, psshhh
31:04 When in doubt tuck it and run vs. Jets
37:05 Unintended consequences vs. Dolphins
45:22 Finding a middle ground vs. Jets
58:42 A laser throw on the run vs. Fins
60:08 Wrap up
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