Sean McDermott Desires Significant Change From Josh Allen Next Season

Josh Allen's ability to combine a cannon arm with bruising running ability on a 6-foot-5, 240-pound frame is part of what makes him so dangerous.

And while head coach Sean McDermott anticipates Allen to continue to improve, he would prefer to see his quarterback make more plays with his arm than with his legs.

This means that we must continue to adapt both on and off the field to ensure that we are doing the right thing for Josh while also doing the right thing for our team.

Sean McDermott of the Buffalo Bills wants Josh Allen to run less in 2022: "We have to continue to evolve in that direction and make sure we're doing the right thing for him by doing the right thing for our team."

But one thing we will never be able to take away from Josh is his competitive spirit and competitive nature.

Josh Allen carried the ball 122 times for 763 yards and six touchdowns in 2021, averaging 6.3 yards per carry.

The Bills relied heavily on Allen to carry the ball, in part due to their lack of a running game.