The Buffalo Bills have a big problem on their hands right now.
Josh Allen is the undisputed starter, and that shouldn’t change for the time being, but he does need to make some adjustments.
As pointed out by Craig Carton on The Carton Show, Allen currently leads the league in turnovers (84) since 2018, ahead of the likes of Jared Goff (80), Derek Carr (79), Matt Ryan (79), and Baker Mayfield (78).
"Josh Allen’s the reason the Bills haven’t won a Super Bowl."
— The Carton Show (@TheCartonShow) September 13, 2023
He also explained that Allen doesn’t seem to learn from his mistakes, going as far as to say that the Bills have won their division three years in a row in spite of Allen being a turnover machine.
He also claimed that Allen is the reason they haven’t won a Super Bowl yet, as he’s just pressing constantly and has no regard for the football whatsoever.
The Bills entered the season with a ‘Super Bowl or bust’ mindset, and rightfully so.
They’ve given Allen every single thing he needs to get the job done, and most of their losses — not to say all of them — have had something to do with Allen’s issues and decision-making.
Allen is averaging almost two turnovers per game over his past 20 games.
He turned the football over four times (3 interceptions and one fumble lost) in their loss vs. the New York Jets in a game they should’ve had no trouble winning.
There’s no denying Allen’s talents as a quarterback, but this situation is simply unsustainable; no one can win a football game by turning the ball over four times.NEXT: Analyst Says 1 QB Is Having An 'Identity Crisis'