Aaron Donald calls Josh Allen “Futuristic Big Ben”

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We’re less than a month from the start of the NFL season, when the Bills will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Rams on Thursday night, September 8. Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is looking forward to his matchup with Bills quarterback Josh Allen.

Donald told the team’s website that Allen reminds him of Ben Roethlisberger, except that Allen can do even more.

“He’s a big guy. He’s a tough guy. He’s athletic,” Donald said. “In my opinion, he’s like a futuristic Big Ben. A little bit more athletic, can move a little bit better. But he’s a guy that ain’t gonna go down easy so you got to come with your big boy pads when you get to wrap him up.”

As a long offseason comes to an end, football fans can take delight in knowing that we’ll soon see Donald and Allen, two of the NFL’s elite players, facing off on the field.

13 responses to “Aaron Donald calls Josh Allen “Futuristic Big Ben”

  1. Donald / Allen will certainly be a good watch. But the outcome of this game will be determined by the state of Stafford’s elbow.

  2. Barring any major injuries I believe the Bills will have an easy walk to the Superbowl this year. For what it’s worth it just seems like it’s their time. They have the Superstar QB, a really good Head Coach, Big time defensive players. It’s their year.

  3. But the outcome of this game will be determined by the state of Stafford’s elbow.


    It would be a shame if he couldn’t play and the Bills got to play yet another backup QB like last years team.

  4. Does this mean he will be exposed for his poor character and no one will care because he can win games? Ben should have gotten a punishment closer to what Vick got than what he was. Ben is bad people and Allen is a similar kind of selfish blowhard. Time will prove it. I know, I should chill on the coffee…

  5. Pats fans talking about facing back-ups? Did they check the games during that 7-game/smoke & mirrors win streak they had?

    You guys should be more focused on what’s happening in New England. Heard that the offense looks terrible, and Jones is setting up for a regression year. Better start checking the college prospects at QB.

  6. “What’s the over/under before he’s hurt?” huh? Getting injured may be the only thing that keeps Allen from completely de-pantsing the Patriots – again.

  7. Moves “a little better” than Big Ben?
    LOL. Allen can run faster than Ben, while still doing 360s.

  8. patsfan4lifedynasty says:
    August 10, 2022 at 12:40 pm
    40 yard dash at NFL combine

    Mac Jones: 4.68 secs
    Josh Allen: 4.76 sec

    Reality in NFL: 2021

    Mac Jones: 2.9 ypc, 129 rush yards, 0 rush TDs
    Josh Allen: 6.3 ypc, 763 rush yards, 6 rush TDs

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