Bills QB Josh Allen reveals what his ‘Christmas wish’ is this year

  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.
  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.
·2 min read
In this article:
  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.
  • Oops!
    Something went wrong.
    Please try again later.

Josh Allen is having another record year for the Bills,

The QB has made it clear the Bills focus each week is on being the best team on the field.

Last week against the Carolina Panthers, they did just that in a 31-14 victory.

With this Sunday’s contest against the New England Patriots in Foxborough taking place the day after Christmas, Allen was asked by a member of the press what he wants this year.

He had one answer, and it wasn’t something found under the tree or in a stocking, but on a football field:

The Bills QB stated that his holiday wish was “just to go out there and execute on Sunday.”

Buffalo had trouble with that execution in the red zone on offense and making tackles on defense in their last outing against their division rival, who they’ll need to beat this week if they are to win the AFC East and secure a spot in the playoffs.

“I think that game we had our chances and we didn’t execute like we should have,” Allen said while addressing the media.

He was also confident when asked if the team was embracing what was on the line this week, with the playoff and division ramifications this game has.

“For sure, and again we know what’s at stake,” Allen added. “We’re not trying to make it the biggest game, but like you said, it is because it is the next. And we’re not trying to approach it any differently than we would any other week. We’re trying to hone in our skills, figure out a game plan and figure out what we can do to best execute that game plan on Sunday.”

Related

Bills' Stefon Diggs, Dion Dawkins named to 2021 Pro Bowl

What Bills WR Cole Beasley said about positive COVID-19 test

Power rankings: Bills creep back into top-10 spots for Week 16