The pressure was on the Buffalo Bills offense entering Week 10 and there was plenty to prove for Josh Allen and this group. They had to show they could protect the ball, that they could sustain drives and try to help a defense that has been decimated by injuries.
Unfortunately, they were not able to do that and the Bills have now fallen to 5-5 on the season after a disastrous 24-22 defeat to the Denver Broncos.
These are the grades for the Buffalo Bills offense in Week 10 against the Denver Broncos
It was more of the same from Josh Allen as he once again struggled to protect the football with two interceptions in the first half. The first interception is tough to blame on Allen as it went right through the hands of Gabe Davis on a throw that should have been caught.
However, the second interception was an awful decision by Allen on a deep out route that was thrown late. It set the Broncos up for another field goal in the closing seconds of the first half and these three points loom large with the final score being what it was.
Then in the second half, the Bills' quarterback had another turnover on what is seemingly a simple play as he dropped the ball on a handoff to James Cook. He did finish the game with a rushing touchdown that was able to give the Bills the lead late.
Josh Allen is the leader of this team and has to make the players around him better. However, this also means not putting the defense in bad positions with these awful throws. He has to protect the ball better.