Possible ripple effects of a Buffalo Bills, DeAndre Hopkins trade: Josh Allen has his best year yet as a pro
Going back to expectations on Josh Allen, he would never escape the pressure in 2023. His team would have huge Super Bowl aspirations and expectations. But, personally, he would have a load of pressure on his shoulders. He’d probably go into the preseason as an MVP favorite, and at the very least, Offensive Player of the Year favorite.
If he thought the pressure was on last year, he hasn’t seen anything yet. But, Allen is more than capable of playing as a top-3 quarterback in this league. And, if you give him Hopkins to go with Diggs, then fans would just get to sit back and watch the magic happen.
In each of his last three seasons, Allen has gone for at least 4,200 passing yards and 35 passing touchdowns. Should he get a weapon like Hopkins, and assuming both he and Diggs stay healthy, then Allen could be in line for a season close to 5,000 passing yards and well over 40 passing touchdowns.
You tell me he has a season with those numbers, and I’ll go ahead and hand him the MVP trophy.
Again, a move like this means a multitude of pressure, but boy would it be fun to watch.