The Buffalo Bills arrived in MetLife Stadium as two-point road favorites.
They even led by double digits in the second half, and even though they managed to even things up late in the game after blowing that lead, they still couldn’t get the job done.
A lot of that had to do with Josh Allen’s poor play and turnover issues.
That’s why, following the game, the Wyoming product acknowledged that the loss was on him, admitting that he struggled vs. the Jets again (via Bleacher Report).
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 12, 2023
Overall, Allen has fared quite well vs. the Jets, going 6-4 vs. them in his career.
However, he’s averaged one interception against them and has been sacked 2.9 times per game vs. the Jets.
He’s also dropped two of his last games vs. Robert Saleh’s team.
Truth be told, Allen is one of the quarterbacks under the most pressure right now.
He’s been deemed a superstar and one of the best players in the league for quite a while now, but he has no ring to show for it, not even an MVP.
The Bills entered the offseason with high expectations but also with plenty of drama surrounding Stefon Diggs and Allen.
That team is built to make a deep postseason run, but that may not last for long, given their salary cap situation.
And if Allen continues to turn the ball over at such a high rate, there’s just no way they’re going to make it out of such a competitive division, even without Aaron Rodgers.NEXT: Former Player Calls 1 QB's Performance 'A Travesty'