Josh Allen wins AFC Offensive Player of the Week for the 12th time
There may not be any player better than Josh Allen over the past three weeks. He has been basically unstoppable and that trend continued against the Miami Dolphins this past week.
In Week 4, Allen would throw for 320 passing yards, complete 84% of his passes and finish with five total touchdowns (4 passing, 1 rushing). He has now improved to a career record, including playoffs, of 10-2 against the Miami Dolphins.
The performance on Sunday earned him another AFC Offensive Player of the Week award, which is the 12th time in his career and is also the fifth time he won the award playing the Dolphins. He owns the franchise record for most by any player and this is also his second this season.
The Buffalo Bills quarterback will be looking to continue this hot streak against the Jaguars, who are currently allowing the 11th most passing yards with 238.3 yards per game.