Josh Allen has been the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills for 5 complete seasons, with the 2023 season being his sixth season with the team. In that span, Allen has put the Bills back on the football world and back to being relevant after a 17 year playoff drought that ended the year before Allen was drafted by Buffalo.
Since 2018, Allen has posted a 55-27 record in the regular season that includes three consecutive division championships from 2020-2022 and four consecutive playoff appearances starting in 2019.
In addition, he has a 4-4 playoff record and is looking to get Buffalo over the hump and into the Super Bowl.
As he and the Bills prepare for their next game this Sunday night against Brian Daboll and the New York Giants, Josh Allen has an advantage for the Bills as he has yet to lose on Sunday night in his career in the regular season.
Josh Allen has played in four Sunday nights games
In Week 15 of the 2019 season, Allen and the Bills defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-10 which helped Buffalo clinch a playoff birth and gave them a shot at the division against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
In Week 14 of the 2020 season, Allen and the Bills would yet again defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 26-15, giving the Steelers their second loss of that season.
In Week 5 in 2021, the Bills traveled to Kansas City for an AFC championship rematch from the 2020 season against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. The Bills would end up walking out of Arrowhead with a dominant 38-20 victory.
Then last season, the Bills came off a bye week and hosted Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night in Week 8, in which the Bills would pick up a 27-17 victory.
With the Giants coming to Orchard Park, going up against a Bills team that suffered a brutal loss in Week 5, these are the type of games that Allen dominates and gets the Bills back into the win column. Heading into his fifth career Sunday night game, Allen will be looking to remain undefeated and take down his old offensive coordinator.