Rack ‘em up, rack ‘em up. How could Josh Allen not receive another Player of the Game Award for his Week 16 performance against the New England Patriots? We hope he has room on his shelves for more accomplishments in his future.
Allen was fantastic on Monday Night Football, as the Bills swept New England with a dominant 38-9 victory. Allen went 27 for 36, 320 yards passing and four touchdowns passes, truly signifying the end of the Patriots’ dynasty in the AFC East and NFL. He also broke Jim Kelly’s 1991 single-season passing touchdowns record.
Buffalo (12-3) plays their regular season finale next week against division rival Miami, who need a win to get in. It’s too early to tell how the Bills will play this game out, but Allen may or may not have another opportunity to etch himself in more Bills record categories.
Or perhaps Matt Barkley will join him in winning such hardware…
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