Josh Allen named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his game against the Raiders
Josh Allen probably couldn't have started the 2023 season any worse than he did against the New York Jets. He had four turnovers and wasn't able to help the team complete the comeback in overtime as they lost 22-16.
It was almost a complete 180 degree change in Week 2 as Josh Allen had one of the best games of his career. He would finish the game with 31 completions on 37 pass attempts for 274 passing yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions.
The performance against the Raiders was enough for him to earn AFC Offensive Player of the Week, which is the 11th time in his career. He now holds the record for winning the award the most in franchise history as he surpassed Jim Kelly who had won it 10 times.
He also has won the award the most times since 2018 and is now two ahead of Patrick Mahomes, who has nine during the same period.