It wasn’t pretty by any means, but Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen certainly earned his second Bills Wire Player of the Week designation against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 3. Perhaps he was angry with us that wide receiver Stefon Diggs got it last week?
After leading the bills to a 28-3 lead early in the third quarter, the Rams mustered a near comeback, scoring 29 unanswered points. However, Allen, overcoming some penalties, including a facemask penalty of his own, took the Bills on an 80-yard, 11-play drive which concluded in a game-winning touchdown pass to tight end Tyler Kroft in the dying seconds. It was another fourth-quarter comeback for Allen, as he’s earning quite the reputation for that sort of thing.
Allen went 24-for-33 passing on the day, with 311 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, one rushing score. He did have an interception, but it was a very questionable call. Nonetheless, Allen’s heroics earn him the coveted hardware from Bills Wire again this week.
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