Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen sets record for passing yards in franchise single-season

Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen sets record for passing yards in franchise single-season
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Josh Allen is authoritatively in a class.

The Buffalo Bills hotshot quarterback is the new record holder for yards passing in a solitary season.

At the point when Allen associated with running back Devin Singletary for a 6-yard pass on the principal play of the subsequent quarter, he outperformed Drew Bledsoe’s record of 4,359 yards in 2002.

Other than Allen and Bledsoe, no different Bills quarterback has ever tossed for in excess of 4,000 yards, and truly, that incorporates Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Kelly.

Allen associated with wide beneficiary Isaiah McKenzie for a 7-yard score to give the Bills a 7-3 lead over the Miami Dolphins. The score pass was Allen’s 35th of the period, broadening his establishment single-season record from a weekend ago.

In three series on Sunday against Miami, Allen finished 9 of 13 passes for 76 yards.

Buffalo can hold onto the No. 2 seed in the AFC with a triumph or a Pittsburgh Steelers misfortune, and the Bills can fall no farther than No. 3.

The Bills are on the cusp of a second successive season finisher appearance.