According to Sean McDermott, Josh Allen is expected to make significant changes for the upcoming season
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) passes in the first half of an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021. (AP Photo/Derick Hingle)

On a 6-foot-5, 240-pound body, quarterback Josh Allen’s ability to combine his cannon arm with punishing running ability is a big part of what makes him so dangerous for the Buffalo Bills.

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In addition, while Allen’s progress is expected to continue, head coach Sean McDermott wants his quarterback to be able to do more with his arm than with his legs.

On the field, off the field, schematically – and in this case, with Josh’s running or the number of times we run him, we have to keep evolving in that way and make sure we’re doing right by him and our team. “

Sean McDermott, the head coach of the Buffalo Bills, wants Josh Allen to run less in 2022: “We have to keep evolving in that direction and make sure we’re doing the right thing by him by doing the right thing by our team.”

However, the one thing we will never be able to take away from Josh is his competitive attitude and his passion.

Josh Allen carried the ball 122 times in 2021, gaining 763 yards and six touchdowns at a rate of 6.3 yards per carry (6.3 YPC).

Part of the reason the Bills relied on Allen to carry the ball so often was that they lacked a strong running game of their own.



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