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Josh Allen breaks Buffalo Bills’ single-season completion record

Josh Allen passes Drew Bledsoe (375) to become Bills’ single-season completion leader

AP

Josh Allen added his name to the top of another record after the Week 16 matchup with the New England Patriots. Now with 378 completions (and counting), Allen has surpassed Drew Bledsoe for most single-season completions in the Buffalo Bills’ record books.

Josh Allen has already joined Drew Bledsoe as the second Bills quarterback ever to throw for 4,000 yards, and Allen now passes Bledsoe for most completions in a single season. Bledsoe has held that record since 2002 when he completed 375 passes.

With the addition of Stefon Diggs in the offseason, Allen has had more weapons to work with and hasn’t squandered this opportunity. Allen and Diggs have had a chance to rewrite the record books for the Bills this year and the two of them have etched their name at the top of several different records.

With one game remaining, Josh Allen will look to further his records set this season.