Josh Allen is putting up record numbers this season
The Buffalo Bills have played 15 games this season; in 11 of those, Allen has at least one passing and one rushing touchdown. He set the record already when he recorded his tenth such game against the Dallas Cowboys a couple of weeks ago. He added to that this past weekend and likely will add to that number as we advance with two games remaining in the regular season.
Allen now has 36 games accomplishing this feat, trailing only Cam Newton, who had 45 games scoring a rushing and passing touchdown. For the record, the closest active player is Aaron Rodgers, with 31. Russell Wilson is the next closest active player at 23. I don't see either one of the players catching Allen, but Jalen Hurts could make a run at him when it's all said and done.
Allen also has 22 consecutive games with a passing touchdown. The record is 54, held by Drew Brees and if Allen throws another passing touchdown this weekend, he'll be tied 26th for the longest streak. A group that includes Kurth Warner, Steve McNair and Phillip Rivers.