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Tagged: Josh Allen (107 Results)

Team projections: Offensive overview

The first full week of the preseason will begin in a few hours, so it’s a good time to check in on expectations for the 32 offenses. That is, the team-by-team projections for each team, in terms of touchdowns and yards.  more »


Around the NFL: Isaiah McKenzie

We haven’t seen them in a preseason game yet, but the training camp reports suggest Isaiah McKenzie is beating out Jamison Crowder for the slot role with the Bills. With the kind of numbers Josh Allen should put up, that makes McKenzie a potentially relevant player.  more »


Factoid: Running quarterbacks

When you have a quarterback who looks likely to run for about 8 TDs on his own – think Jalen Hurts, Trey Lance and Josh Allen – does that make the running backs on that roster less likely to score? It seems that way in a certain sense, but it’s one of those theories that deserves to be looked at more carefully.  more »


Factoid: Josh Allen

With Josh Allen, I notice that he’s not running as effectively in short-yardage situations as he has in the past. He’s a weapon, but teams are more aware of him now – making stopping him more of a priority. The Titans, most famously, coming up with a key goal-line stop at the end of a Monday night game.  more »


Fantasy News: Re-stacking the board

Some out there, I am told, are starting their fantasy playoff competitions now. That solves the issue of some teams having byes, and there were a bunch of clunker games in a less-than-super Wild Card Weekend. With that in mind, let me take a moment to take a stab at an overall board.  more »



Allen leads Bill with 5 touchdowns vs. Pats

Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN led the Bills and fantasy owners with 5 touchdown passes against New England in Saturday’s playoff game. Allen became the first quarterback in Bills history to throwMore 5 touchdown passes in a playoff game. Allen also threw for more touchdowns than he had incompletions, the first to accomplish that feat in a playoff game since 2009. While it won’t get you any extra fantasy points, the accomplishment is impressive. Less

Source: Team Website

Ian Allan: Bills-Patriots

It will be frigid in Orchard Park tomorrow. Single digits. The expected day-time high is 10 degrees, and this is an evening kickoff. What kind of effect (if any) will this have on the offenses of the Bills and Patriots?   more »



Bills rush for 4 touchdowns vs. Falcons

The Buffalo Bills started and finished strong against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, with the running game being the highlight of the day. Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN rushed for two firstMore quarter touchdowns but then proceeded to throw 3 interceptions. Before Allen could throw another interception, the Bills returned to the ground game and running back DEVIN SINGLETARY ran for 2 second half touchdowns on behalf of the Bills and his fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Website


Bills QB Allen limited in Wednesday practice

Buffalo Bills quarterback JOSH ALLEN remains limited after suffering a foot sprain late in Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay. Allen is officially considered day-to-day. Head coach Sean McDermott said this weekMore that Allen could play on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers depending on how the foot responds to treatment during the week. McDermott added further “insight” including “we’ll see” and “he’s gotta take it one day at a time”. Thanks, coach. Less

Source: Buffalo News


Bills QB Allen day-to-day with foot injury

Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN suffered a sprained foot during Sunday’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is considered day-to-day due to the injury. Bills head coach Sean McDermott said itMore is too early to know whether Allen will be able to practice on Wednesday. Fantasy owners will obviously want to monitor his progress in the days ahead. If Allen does not heal, backup quarterback and one time Chicago Bears quarterback-of-the-future MITCH TRUBISKY will take over against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Less

Source: Buffalo News


Brady, Allen engage in epic duel

Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY and Buffalo signal-caller JOSH ALLEN rewarded their fantasy owners handsomely in a game for the ages on Sunday. Both quarterbacks topped 300 passing yards with threeMore total touchdowns. While Brady even matched Allen with a rushing touchdown, he couldn’t quite keep up on the ground as Allen topped 100 rushing yards for the first time this season. Less


Factoid: Passing stats

I thought we were going to get bigger passing stats this year. Who would have thought, with a month left in the season, that neither Patrick Mahomes nor Josh Allen would be on pace for anything close to 40 touchdown passes? Neither of those offenses has been significantly impacted by injuries; they just haven’t been that good.  more »


Mailbag: December 3, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. What's wrong with the Chargers? Is Alexander Mattison about to explode? When is Derrick Henry coming back? And defenses with the best matchups for the playoffs. more »


Scheduletron: Updated strength of schedule

Looking at upcoming strength of schedule, the easiest schedules for the next month belong to offenses that nobody much cares about. The hardest schedules, on the other hand, belong to good teams in the thick of the playoff race.  more »

Dynasty Leagues: Long-term QB rankings

Is Patrick Mahomes a slam dunk as the No. 1 quarterback in a dynasty league? Nowadays, the decision isn’t looking quite so easy. There are others who also make sense in that spot.  more »


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