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Bill’s Twitter freaks out about QB Josh Allen, who was in Game vs. Nozzles

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The Buffalo Bills went out of their way to claim a clear comeback win against the New York Jets on Sunday after an inexplicable loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars last week.

The Bills held the lead the entire time, and while Buffalo rose 28 points in the fourth quarter, starting quarterback Josh Allen stayed in the game, a decision that didn’t go over well with viewers.

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Bills fans took to Twitter to find out why around the world head coach Sean McDermott would keep his franchise star in the game along with many other offensive players when the game was clearly in his pocket.

A fan tweeted, “Why is Josh Allen in the game and why are you throwing the ball up with 7 minutes remaining. They ask that someone be hurt “while another person commented, “Wait, do the Bills still have Josh Allen in the game? Coaching mistakes like the franchise risk when 4tds are high really open your eyes. “

NFL writers were also confused about why Allen stayed in the game. The Buffalo News reporter Jason Wolf tweeted, Why are Josh Allen & Stefon Diggs still in the game?

While it seems strange that the Bills would risk Allen’s health in a game that was already in the bag, the 25-year-old quarterback may want to stay to make up for his embarrassing level of play in week 9.

After scoring zero touchdowns against the Jaguars, Allen knew he had to dig deep to change things.

“I’m just trying to be the best quarterback I can be,” Allen said on Bill’s Wire. “We’re 5-3, not where we want to be, so we have to focus our attention this week and try to go 1-0 every week one week at a time.”

The Bills defense also strengthened against the Jets. Every high school member had sales on Sunday: Tre’Davious White, Jordan Poyer, Levi Wallace and Taron Johnson were each intercepted, Micah Hyde forced a fumble and recovery.

Hyde called During the Postgame Conference: “Last week we felt like we left some options out there and went back to the lab this week. We knew what to say about this soccer team. We put the work in and did that this week and got a couple of takeaways. “

After a dominant win at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, the Bills move in with a 6-3 record in Week 11. Buffalo will next face the Indianapolis Colts (5-5) on November 21st.

With two minutes and eight seconds in play and bills 45-17, Allen was finally taken out of the game. While fans demanded Mitchell Trubisky’s submission, Allen’s usual backup stayed off for the second week in a row as it tested positive for COVID-19.

Trubisky is the quarterback of the training team Davis Webb, who was added to the active list for the second Sunday in a row.

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Trubisky is the quarterback of the training team Davis Webb, who was added to the active list for the second Sunday in a row.



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