Josh Allen sets single-season team records for completions, touchdown passes

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The Bills lead the Patriots 38-9 early in the fourth quarter, so Josh Allen has turned the keys over to Matt Barkley for mop-up duty.

Allen finished his night completing 27 of 36 passes for 320 yards and four touchdowns. Stefon Diggs had nine receptions for 145 yards and three touchdowns.

It is Allen’s eighth 300-yard passing day, setting a new franchise record.

Allen has set other single-season team records.

His 34 touchdown passes this season are the most for any player in franchise history. Jim Kelly threw 33 touchdown passes in 1991.

Allen also has broken the team’s completions record, topping the 375 Drew Bledsoe had in 2002.

8 responses to “Josh Allen sets single-season team records for completions, touchdown passes

  1. So much for plugging in any QB to the ‘system’ – Brady WAS the system. As a head coach, Bill was sub – .500 pre-Brady and is now sub-.500 post Brady….Speaks for itself as Brady at 43 rolling again to the playoffs 1st season on a new team. BB was too stupid to admit it was all about Brady and retire when he left….too late….this seals it. Great coaches win with different teams and/or QBs (like the Tuna won with 4 different teams and 5-6 different QB’s). Bill rode Brady..PERIOD, full stop.

  2. The record is not “set” until the season comes to an end and his total stops moving. For now the record is simply “broken”.

  3. congrats bills and bills fans. When i was a teen i got to see the bills go to 4 straight superbowls. ill never forget watching kelly… thurman… smith…lofton…and my fave kenneth davis. (im originally from Temple Tx…where hes from…and was a huge fan of his baby brother stacy when he was in hs so i really liked kenny) i pulled for them in every sb even after they beat my new hometown team in “the comeback.” Its nice to see the bills back in the playoffs and having a real chance at winning the lombardi.

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