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Thread: Bills’ Josh Allen reflects on ‘dumb plays’ he made as a rookie; what he learned

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimKelly12203 View Post
    He's just flat out faster than most defenders and takes great angles in his running. It goes back to measurables in shorts vs. in real gear. I think his 40 time at the combine was pretty good. Not fantastic, but you put him in pads and he just flat out embarrasses people. It doesn't even look like he's running fast. He just has these huge strides in his step.

    I'd like him to continue doing it but be very smart with when and how he ends the play.
    I don't see why he can't continue to run the ball.

    The majority of his runs are when he drops back to pass and finds an open field ahead of him. He isn't ordinarily getting hit on these plays because he can get out of bounds or slide.

    I don't see anything wrong with smart qb runs.

    I'd like to see statistics on how often qb's are injured while standing in the pocket compared to running the ball.

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    Can't fix accuracy and Josh Allen has none. We're doomed again for the next five years.

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