Frazier, Buffalo’s defensive coordinator, recalled collecting his thoughts on the flight home, realizing the experience could be a valuable motivating tool. I said to myself, ‘If we handle this the right way, this could turn out to be a positive instead of a negative. It didn’t have to be something that carried over to the next one and affect the rest of your season,” Frazier said this week.
Facing the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen told reporters ahead of Sunday's AFC Championship game that he's focused on being "the best version of myself." The 24-year-old was dogged by skepticism through the first two years of his career, finishing 23rd in passing yards in 2019 amid concern from experts and armchair analysts alike that he could become yet another former first-round pick who failed to live up to his potential. Allen charged into the 2020 regular season with four straight wins and wrapped up the year with 4,544 passing yards - the fifth most in the league - improving his completion percentage to 69.2% from 58.8% in 2019 and honing his reputation as one of the NFL's strongest-performing quarterbacks under pressure.
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