3.) Establish the run and get Josh Allen involved
The Bills are 5-0 when they run for over 100 yards in a game, and their four losses show that when they do not run the ball, more than likely the outcome does not look good for them. Up until this season, Allen has always been involved and sometimes the main leader in each game in rushing. While it is nice that Allen is not taking unnecessary hits, the offense doesn’t seem to be the same without the QB designed runs. Or even Allen scrambling outside the pocket brought more life to the offense and the run game.
This is not to say that the Bills should rush Allen in moments that can be avoided, but adding the legs of Allen can help open up the field and allow the passing game to become more effective, rather than the go-to for every other play. On top of that, James Cook has been underutilized in recent weeks. It is time for the Bills to build the running game and going against the Broncos, they can control the clock by doing so.