Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen had a very solid playoff outing today, throwing for 352 yards and three touchdowns despite committing three turnovers.
But speaking to the media after the game, Allen didn’t dwell much on how far he thinks the Bills can go. He said the team is taking one game at a time and there is still room to improve.
“One week season yaar that’s all. Gotta take it ‘1-and-0,’ one game at a time,” Allen said, via profootballtalk, “Thought we did some good things today and I did some bad things today. Some things to clean up, some things to learn, but we’ll grow from this. All that matters is being alive and moving forward. It doesn’t matter how we win, it is when we win that we are proud of our players for the way they played.
There are definitely a lot of things to clean up the bill on both sides of the ball. The defense gave up four straight scoring drives in the second quarter while the offense allowed seven sacks of Josh Allen.
As mentioned earlier, Allen himself was far from perfect with his three picks and 59-percent completion rate.
Then again, today’s performance against the Dolphins could have been a bit shaky.
We won’t know for sure until next week.
Will the Bills tighten things up and win their Divisional Round game?