Buffalo Bills: 3 bold predictions for offense entering the 2023 season

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2. Josh Allen throws no more than six interceptions

In five of his six seasons with the Bills, Allen has thrown double digit interceptions. Not to mention, he has also fumbled the ball ten or more times in two of his six seasons. With his playmaking abilities that he displays on game days, it also comes with risk of turning the ball over.

Up until last year, Allen had Brian Daboll as his offensive coordinator and he helped develop his game each year with the Bills. Once Daboll accepted the head coach position for the New York Giants, the Bills wanted to keep continuity with their star quarterback so they promoted Ken Dorsey to call the plays.

Allen threw 14 interceptions last season with a new play caller and a shaky offensive line that was unable to hold a consistent pass protection. Heading into the 2023 season, Allen and Dorsey have a year under their belts working together and the offensive line was addressed on the interior so Allen should be able to improve on keeping down the interceptions.