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Josh Allen receiving praise early in Buffalo Bills OTAs

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Members of media in attendance are impressed with the QB’s development

Entering year two, there are some big expectations surrounding Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen. In his rookie campaign, Allen saw plenty of ups and downs, including posting a not-so-great 52.8% completion percentage. However, after his injury, the game seemed to slow down a bit for the Bills’ signal-caller and he finally started to look like an NFL quarterback.

The Bills’ organization, players and fans are all hoping that Allen can keep the momentum going from the end of last season, when his statistics over the last few games were significantly better than those that he played in before his injury. Free agency and the draft allowed the team to add some much-needed talent to the offensive side of the ball, which is why some believe Allen will be able to take a big leap in terms of productivity this year.

It’s still very early in the offseason, but reporters and other attendees who have seen Josh Allen during OTAs have mostly come away impressed.