Another start for rookie QB Josh Allen, another loss in the books for the Bills. While the results weren’t in their favor, every game that Allen gets under his belt, the better the future looks. Allen finished the Week 14 matchup 18-for-36 for 206 yards, one rushing touchdown, and two interceptions, but he seemed to have a good grasp of how the Jets were defending him.
As I wrote in my weekly breakdown for The Athletic Buffalo, the Jets’ defense played a chippy game. Any time they were near Allen, they attempted to send him to the New Era Field turf. But in true Allen fashion, he led by example. He competed.
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That’s been the theme since his return to the lineup. He has taken an offense that is pretty much devoid of top-tier talent and put it on his back. So it is no surprise that they have fought with him and have taken on his scrappy style of play.
Join us in the film room to dive into his tape on some of his good and bad plays.