Buffalo Bills’ young quarterback Josh Allen was a revelation in 2019. Allen was one of the standout performers in his rookie year but took that up a notch last season. He led the Bills to a 10-6 record under Sean McDermott.
Allen is tipped for yet another prime year in the NFL over the course of the next 12 months. At such a young age, Allen holds the Bills franchise record for the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in a single season. He’s definitely a fan favorite already. But this Buffalo Bills coach had something special to say about their star player.
Buffalo Bills coach not sweating too much regarding Josh Allen
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Buffalo Bills’ offensive coordinator Brian Daboll had special praise reserved for his star quarterback.
“I’ve said this plenty of times before; Josh is a guy that has come in, has worked hard and aims to improve every day, and he has done that every day since he’s been here. I have total confidence in him as a player and as a person. He just needs to keep grinding out, we all do, keep grinding out to get better. He’s a hard-working quarterback, he’s a hard-working player, and he’s a good leader. He’s the leader of our football team.”
Speaking to Democrat Chronicle about continuity ahead of 2020 season, Daboll further added, “Continuity is not as important as playing well and doing your job. You can be together for a long time and go out there and not play well or coach well or do things well and it really doesn’t matter. Our whole focus is just taking each day as they come and really making the most out of them.”
Allen had a productive 2019 season with the Bills. The 24-year old threw for 3,000+ yards while playing in 16 games last season. The Bills starter also made his debut at number 87 in the NFL Top 100 list earlier this year. The Bills start their 2020 campaign with a home game against New York Jets on September 13, 2020. Can they pick up where they left off in 2019?