5 reasons why we haven't seen the best from the Buffalo Bills offense yet

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Josh Allen is a scoring machine

Even with a struggling offense, Allen has found ways to put points on the board. Fans saw the efficient offense the Bills ran against the Bucs, where they weren't even playing to the best of their ability.

Could you imagine what the offense would look like if everything clicked with number 17 in the backfield? This should excite Bills fans the most, as the offense finally seemed to figure things out and plan to get even better down the stretch. Allen also has 22 total touchdowns in 8 games, averaging almost 3 touchdowns per game.

With Kincaid and Diggs being a two-headed monster in the receiving game, along with Cook in the backfield, and Allen having more control in the offense, there will be so much more potential to help carry this team down the stretch.

Josh Allen's injured shoulder will have a long week of recovery

Some fans also seem to forget that Allen has been playing with an injured throwing shoulder in the last two and a half weeks, and he's still able to make the throws that he has to make and running all over the place. Allen will now have time to rest that shoulder and be ready to fire some passes that aren't just to Diggs, but to all of his other weapons on offense.

The Bills will be on the road to face one of the threats of the AFC, the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bills will be hungry for this win during prime time on Sunday night, hoping to get a taste of revenge after their loss to them in the post-season a year prior.