Bills’ Josh Allen discusses change in throwing leading to breakout year (video)

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Bills quarterback Josh Allen was a very raw prospect when he was drafted into the NFL. He’s come a long way.

In order to get himself where he is now, in discussion for the league’s MVP Award, a lot had to change with the way Allen plays the game. Namely, he had to adjust the way he physically throws the ball.

In order to do so, Allen worked with some of the top QB coaches during his early career offseasons and he used technology to his advantage.

The QB spoke with NBC Sports’ Chris Simms about what went into the work he did. Check out the clip below for more from Allen:

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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire