Josh Allen will have his 32nd game with at least 1 passing and 1 rushing TD
From a statistical perspective, Josh Allen is having a terrific season, maybe the best of his career. The problem is, it doesn't feel like it. The offense continues to struggle to score, having put up less than 20 points in three of the last five games. Does that change against the Denver Broncos, maybe?
Allen has 31 career games with at least one passing and rushing touchdown, which ties him for second all-time with Aaron Rodgers and Hall of Famer Steve Young. Allen will have both a rushing and passing touchdown against the Denver Broncos, moving him into sole possession of second place in league history. Cam Newton leads this category with 45 career such games. Health plays a key role in this, but I think Allen eventually overtakes Newton.
Allen's 44 career rushing touchdowns are also second all-time, having passed the great Steve Young with last week's ground score. Allen has also added a rushing touchdown in three straight games and six of the last seven. I expect that trend to continue, and he add another on Monday Night.