Josh Allen: Bills won’t let one game define us

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Bills quarterback Josh Allen had one of the best games of his career against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, but memories of that effort faded as Sunday’s game against the Ravens unfolded.

The Ravens threw blitz after blitz at Allen and many of them got home. Allen took six sacks and 12 hits over the course of the 24-17 loss and he went 17-of-39 when he was able to get the ball into the air. Allen also only ran twice for nine yards as the Ravens were able to take that aspect of his game away as well.

While Allen struggled, guard Jon Feliciano said “everyone believes in him” and Allen said that the Bill won’t allow Sunday’s result change their view of themselves.

“We lost by seven points to a really good team,” Allen said, via Matthew Fairburn of TheAthletic.com. “We’re not going to let one game define us and one game make us.”

The Steelers are next on the schedule for the Bills and they’re about as fond of blitzing as their mates from the AFC North, so Allen and the Bills will get a chance to prove that Sunday’s game didn’t define the formula for beating them.

13 responses to “Josh Allen: Bills won’t let one game define us

  1. This one game isn’t a bad defining game. The Bills came out against arguably the best team in the league and had a chance to tie it up at the end of the game. It was an ugly game on offence because of the defense and weather, but nothing to hang your head about. The Ravens even when playing great are scary. I would not want to be one of the lower division winners having to host the Bills on wildcard weekend. They will be a tough, tough out. (I doubt Bills will catch Pats based on schedules)

  2. The Ravens knew he couldn’t complete a pass down the field so they kept bringing it and he didn’t know what to do.

    He hasn’t completed a pass over 30 yards all season long, he is wildly in accurate.

  3. If Allen had hit even one of those long balls where he overthrew his open receiver, the Bills may have won the game.

  4. I’m looking forward to the home stretch. The Bills would need some help, but there is still an outside shot at the division.

    However they make it in, this is a team that no one really wants to face in the playoffs.

  5. The offense stumbled, but the defense did well and I’m sure teams who have the Ravens coming up will be studying that game film.

  6. The Bills would prefer to be defined by the Dolphins or the Cowboy games. You know, the two teams they discounted when the Pats beat them. “Those games don’t count. Those teams stink.”

    They’d prefer to be defined by those games.

  7. joetoronto says:
    December 9, 2019 at 8:04 am
    The Ravens knew he couldn’t complete a pass down the field so they kept bringing it and he didn’t know what to do.

    He hasn’t completed a pass over 30 yards all season long, he is wildly in accurate.
    ————————————–
    Derek Carr threw the final pass of his game out of bounds. OUT OF BOUNDS!!!!….and you want to talk accuracy? Lack of urgency? Lack of awareness?

    2019 Record
    Josh Allen 9-4 and going to the playoffs!!!!
    Derek Carr 6-7 and going NOWHERE!!!!! Just lose baby!!!!

  8. A lot of Josh Allen hate. Not sure why. The guy is a gamer. Talk about 4 Super Bowl losses that occured over over 25 years ago is getting old. Somthing new, please?

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