Can Josh Allen build off the second half against Miami?
Surprisingly, both teams have questions at the quarterback position as Josh Allen hasn’t looked good so far this season. This season he is completing only 56% of his passes for an average of 224 passing yards per game with three passing touchdowns and two turnovers.
The inaccuracy has to be the biggest concern at this point but Allen did start to show improvements in the second half against the Miami Dolphins. In the first half of that game, Allen completed only 7 of 16 passes for 62 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
In the second half, he played better and looked to be getting into a rhythm and in those final two quarters he has was 10 of 17 for 117 yards with one touchdown. The Buffalo Bills will be looking for Josh Allen to build off that finish right from the start of Sunday’s game against Washington.