The ability of his cannon arm combined with ruthless running talents is what makes Bills player Josh Allen so dangerous, despite his average height of 6 feet 5 inches and weight of 240 pounds.
However, because Sean McDermott believes Allen will continue to improve, he would love to see him play more with his arm than his legs for him to continue to progress further in his career.
In an interview with NFL.com’s Judy Battista, McDermott said, “We’re always seeking better.” “We have to keep evolving in that fashion and ensuring that we’re doing the right thing for Josh and the right thing for us as a team, both on and off the field visually, and in this situation with Josh’s running, or the frequency at which we’ve run him.”
Meanwhile, the coach said, “we’re going to keep a close eye on everything.” “We will never be able to get rid of Josh’s competitive spirit and mentality, which is the most important thing. Therefore, he will carry it out when he decides to take on the responsibility.”
Josh Allen carried the ball 122 times throughout the year 2021. He rushed for 763 yards and six touchdowns on the ground at a pace of 6.3 yards per carrying.
According to McDermott, “I believe that we all need to remember that Josh is only entering his fifth year. I’m sure Josh, along with myself and Brandon and everyone else, is waiting for Josh to take another step forward.” “In addition, I’m confident that Josh has a tremendous desire to do this. When a competent leader leads by example, it is a sign of their effectiveness.”
The inability to run was a significant factor in the Bills’ need for Allen to play the ball in such vast quantities. Allen’s passing statistics were excellent, and he had the physical power to withstand the hammering intensity of the game. If the Buffalo Bills want to win the Super Bowl, they’ll need more output from their offensive line.