Is Kyle Allen the answer to being the backup to Josh Allen?
The final question is one that hopefully will not matter all season because the hope is that Josh Allen is going to be available to play all season. He currently has played in 71 straight games and hasn't missed a game since his rookie season.
Early in Josh Allen's careeer, the Bills kept the quarterback room pretty much intact with Matt Barkley and Davis Webb. However, the past few seasons the Bills have seen their backup leave in free agency with Mitchell Trubisky leaving in 2022 and Case Keenum leaving this offseason.
The Bills would replace Keenum with Kyle Allen and the difference with Kyle Allen compared to Trubisky and Keenum is that he hasn't had much starting experience. In fact he has only 19 career starts and 12 of those starts came in 2019 with the Carolina Panthers.
The coaching staff will get their best chance to see what Kyle Allen can do during training camp and the preseason. If there is any concern that he might not be able to step in if the need were to arise, this would be the time to make a switch.