Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs with unbelievable throw and catch for TD

Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports /

It didn’t take long for the Buffalo Bills to get onto the scoreboard due to an incredible throw and catch from Josh Allen to Stefon Diggs

A win by the Buffalo Bills on Sunday over the New York Jets would secure the AFC East for the second straight year. The offense moved down the field quickly for the first touchdown of the game which was a result of an incredible throw and catch between Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs.

The Bills’ franchise quarterback and number one wide receiver have had a great connection since Buffalo traded for Diggs last offseason. This play was a perfect example of that as Allen got flushed out of the pocket and as he rolled to his right, Diggs ran towards the sideline to give him a chance to make the throw.

Both players needed to make great plays to make the touchdown happen as Allen had a player draped over him but was still able to throw a strike to the end zone. Meanwhile, Stefon Diggs was barely able to get both feet in bound as he was being pushed out of the end zone.

Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs now one touchdown closer to a franchise record

That touchdown brings both players closer to franchise records this year with Stefon Diggs now within one touchdown for the franchise record in receiving touchdowns. The current record holder is Bill Brooks, who had 11 receiving touchdowns in 1995.

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Meanwhile, Josh Allen is now within two touchdowns of tying his own franchise record in passing touchdowns. He set the record last year with 37 passing touchdowns and now has 35 this season. The Buffalo Bills quarterback also joins Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes as the only quarterbacks to have 4,000 passing yards and 35 passing touchdowns in consecutive seasons.