Bills Training Camp: Offense bounces back as Josh Allen shines on Day 4


The Buffalo Bills’ defense was pretty much dominant throughout the first three days of training camp, but this is to be expected. The defensive units, especially ones with little turnover, always look more cohesive and effective early in camp. The tables were turned on day four.

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After some notable miscommunication leading to interceptions previously in camp, Josh Allen was back to his MVP-favorite form today. During red zone drills, he tossed a total of seven touchdowns spread across four different receivers. To no one’s surprise, four of them went to Allen’s top dogs from last year with Stefon Diggs and Dawson Knox each pulling in a TD while Gabriel Davis had a pair. That trio tallied 25 of JA17’s 36 passes to paydirt from 2021.

Two other notable pieces from the offense were Jamison Crowder missing a third straight day of practice. The newly signed slot receiver is dealing with tightness, per Sean McDermott. His absence gave Isaiah McKenzie more time to shine as he, too, hauled in one of the aforementioned Allen touchdowns.

The other newsworthy event from the offense was Stefon Diggs and rookie corner Kaiir Elam had a brief stare-down during a drill. We’ve heard a lot about “iron sharpens iron” and if the first-round pick is going to be sharp for week one, going head-to-head with one of the league’s best receivers can only help.