1.) Throws no more than six interceptions
With what comes with a big arm and the ability to toss it down the field 70-plus yards, also comes with a risk for mistakes to occur. In the very early years of Allen’s career, he showed right from the start that he could launch the ball with no issue.
However, his accuracy and being able to lob the ball without adding zip on it. In five seasons so far, Allen is averaging 12 interceptions a season with his least being nine and his most being 15 in a season.
With now understanding Ken Dorsey’s offense going into their second year working together on the play calling and the slightly improved offensive line, the first bold prediction is that Allen will cut his thrown interceptions stats by throwing no more than six. The earliest he has reached six interceptions in a season was back in 2019 when he threw for six interceptions or more by Week 4.
He has been able to improve in that category but if he can find a way to cut down his interceptions, the Bills’ offense will be able to capitalize on more drives and add to their already top five passing attack.