Buffalo Bills got the Josh Allen they expected going into the season
Throwing for 358 yards and four touchdowns while rushing for another, Allen made it clear he is worthy of carrying the elite quarterback label many placed on him going into the season.
What was also impressive was that Allen had a 74.4 completion percentage and didn’t turn the ball over. That’s quite impressive when you consider the Washington defense has the ability to make life tough on opposing players.
Now it’s also true that a team like Washington can have a bad day on the field so what’s important is ensuring that the Bills can continue this momentum. It also helps that Devin Singletary and Zack Moss were able to provide some production on the ground as they rushed for 86 yards on 24 carries.
Some might be concerned about Stefon Diggs’ production so far this season as the Bills top receivers has yet to crack 100 yards. It’s not for a lack of targets as was second on the team with 10 against Washington.
At the same time, Cole Beasley was the benefit of some easier coverage as he showed his ability to find holes in Washington’s zone defense and get the chains moving. He led the team with 13 targets and led the way with 98 yards.
Expect Diggs to get see more action against the Texans who are without starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor.