Josh Allen is no longer forcing throws
This might be more due to the Bills changing offensive coordinator from Ken Dorsey to Joe Brady but it is clear that Allen is no longer forcing throws, and in turn not throwing as many interceptions. Prior to the change, Allen didn't look comfortable and was often times seeming to throw it because it was the play that was called and he didn't have a better option.
However, now Allen is moving the ball around and getting everyone involved. He is not putting the ball in jeopardy of being intercepted by the other team. While he did have an interception today against the Eagles, it is easy to see why he made the throw and it was more due to the defense doing a great job to disguise coverage versus forcing a throw to make a play.
The good thing is that even with protecting the ball more, he has not really lost the aggressive throws down the field. Last week, it was a throw to Khalil Shakir that was a perfect throw for a touchdown and this week against the Eagles he had a perfect throw to Diggs at the goal line that gave him a chance to make the play.