Ten Minutes After Bears Battle, Josh Allen Reveals Hardest Part in Kick-Ass Clash

Published 12/25/2022, 7:30 AM EST

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The Buffalo Bills have come a long way and have stood atop the division. However, the roster sustained a challenge when they played against the Chicago Bears. The Week 16 game saw Josh Allen and company struggling to pick up a lead in the first quarter. But the Bisons came out strong. QB Allen revealed the most challenging aspect of the sensational clash at Soldier Field.

After standing victorious against the Bears, Josh Allen appeared in front of the media. He spoke about some topics, which included clinching the AFC East championship. The quarterback also addressed the challenges they sustained due to the weather since it impacted their game and travel.


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Josh Allen mentioned, “Given the conditions that we played into, there’s no excuse. But typically, when you get wind and the gust; that’s probably the hardest part to play in is the gusts, because you don’t know when it’s going to flare up. You don’t know what direction really it’s going to go. But I thought our guys did a good job of catching the ball.”

“Obviously, I want to get 14 more involved. That’s something I got to continue to do, and I’m just trying to make the smart play and throw it to the open guy. But not too many times that he’s not open, so again, just finding ways to get him the ball, get him more involved in our offense because he’s the best receiver in the game,” He added.


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Eventually, Allen pointed out the need to use Stefon Diggs and all their weapons as the critical games are approaching soon. But the QB1 is making history in the process.

Josh Allen made surpasses Dan Marino to set a new benchmark

The Week 16 battle of the beasts saw Josh Allen and the Bisons run over the Monsters of the Midway. But Allen did more than winning the game; he made history. Allen set a record for total regular-season touchdowns in a player’s first five NFL seasons. He clinched the feat after flinging a 19-yard touchdown pass to WR Gabe Davis.


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The Winter Soldier surpassed Hall of Famer Dan Marino after achieving his 172nd overall touchdown since his rookie season. The Bisons’ QB1 is a threatening athlete who can fling and blitz on the turf.


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JA17 and Guild have clinched the division. But will they cap the conference and make their way to the Super Bowl? It is subject to witness.

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Pavitra Shome

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Pavitra Shome is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. He began writing while working for an online news portal and holds a Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Although Pavitra enjoys watching WWE, Gronk and Brady turned him into an NFL aficionado.

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