Last season, Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills made a strong statement to the rest of the NFL. The Bills should not be taken lightly moving into the 2020 season. During the offseason, the Bills made a bold move by making a trade for wide receiver Stefon Diggs. By doing so, they put the pressure to succeed on the shoulders of Josh Allen.
Allen will head into his third year leading a team that’s poised to take over as the new force in the AFC East. What has put a damper on Allen’s progress has been the Bills’ inability to provide him with top-tier receivers. But that’s all changed now.
In 2019, the Bills finished the season ranked 26th in passing yards and 24th in passing touchdowns. Allen threw for 3089 yards, 20 touchdowns, and just nine interceptions while completing 58.8 percent of his passes. Josh Allen will be watched closely as the Bills are moving in the right direction after a breakout season in 2019.