Now that the dust on the Brian Daboll episode has settled (kinda) what type of progression has Josh Allen made this season? With the Buffalo Bills at 5-1 it is hard to think of struggles on the Offense, but it hasn't been crisp. What are some of the tendencies that Allen and the Offense have shown in 6 weeks?
While the Buffalo Bills have run their record to 5-1 after an underwhelming victory over the winless Miami Dolphins, the focus shifts to Brian Daboll and the offense. Here are a few reasons why he has been disappointing albeit the Bills winning games.
While Sean McDermott has had some questionable calls as the Head Coach for the Buffalo Bills, will the officiating that has been shown over the NFL change his decision making?
Looking at the path the Buffalo Bills have chosen with Devin Singletary, it could be a calculated move to keep him "away" during his rookie campaign.
Also, the Buffalo Bills defense has not allowed double-digit points in 3 of their 5 contests. Can they sustain this high level of play?
As the Buffalo Bills sit at 4-1 and on their bye, what are some adjustments that you want the Offense, Defense and the Front Office to make during this week?
With the Buffalo Bills heading into the bye week at 4-1, there are still some questions about Josh Allen and the man calling the shots, Brian Daboll. Could the Buffalo Bills use this offensive formula for the remaining 11 games?