The Buffalo Bills trusted Josh Allen to be the answer to their prayers.
They brought him up slowly, developed him, and it didn’t take long before he established himself as one of the most proficient passers in the game.
However, there have been some big concerns about his tendency to make erratic decisions and turn the ball over, and that’s the only thing standing in his way to becoming one of the absolute best quarterbacks of his generation.
That was on full display again in Monday night’s loss to the Denver Broncos, as he had three of his team’s four turnovers, including two avoidable interceptions.
Notably, sports analyst Kevin Wildes points out that people should just give up in their attempts to get him to change, as not even Tom Brady himself could do it.
Josh Allen will never change. Tom Brady gave him perfect advice and he just did the opposite. pic.twitter.com/2CR6wOfp5n
— Wildes (@kevinwildes) November 14, 2023
Wildes took to Twitter to show a clip from Allen’s appearance on Brady’s “Let’s Go!” podcast, in which the legendary quarterback talked about how quarterbacks need to mitigate risks.
Brady stated that sometimes it’s better to check the ball down or throw the football to someone who’s more open and gains fewer yards as opposed to throwing the ball into tight coverage over and over.
Allen seemed to agree at the time, but just like Brady said in the clip as well, Allen will just continue to do things his own way.
Josh grew up idolizing Brady, so it’s crazy to think that not even his idol could get him to change his ways.
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