The Josh Allen Report

The Josh Allen Report
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I don’t know why I am even bothering to write this, to be honest.
The Good: Not bloody much. The only time during this game that Allen looked anything like a competent NFL quarterback was the first drive of the second half when he went 6/6 for 70 yards and punched it in from the one yard line on a QB sneak. That’s basically it.
The Bad: Panicking under pressure, holding on to the ball too long, and taking sacks that push the team out of field goal range. In a close game led by a superb defensive performance that made Tom Brady look pedestrian, these simple mistakes spelled the difference between stealing a victory and a crushing defeat.
The Ugly: You would think after almost costing the Bills a win last week with an ill-advised throw that turned into an easy interception, Josh would have learned his lesson. Nah, he decided to do the exact same thing three more times against New England, leading to nine of their 16 points and basically giving them the game on a silver platter. Stop. Being. Stupid.
On an unrelated note:
On Josh Allen’s worst day as a pro, he still led the Bills to more points than Tom Brady led the Patriots to. This defense is superb.
Frank Gore is a marvel.
Apparently contact initiated by an offensive player 5 yards down field while the ball is in the air no longer constitutes pass interference. As long as you’re the Patriots, at least.


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