Although he has found great success during the regular season, Allen has been a dominant force in the postseason as well.
Josh Allen has accounted for the most offensive yards per game in the history of the #NFL playoffs (min. 5 games):
— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) January 20, 2023
Allen has already appeared in seven playoff games.
In those games, he has thrown for 2,070 yards, 17 touchdowns, and only three interceptions en route to a 4-3 playoff record.
Because Allen is a lethal offensive force, both through the air and on the ground, he currently holds the record for most yards per game in the history of the playoffs.
This number is likely to regress as he appears in more games throughout this career, but the fact that he has started at such a fast pace is certainly noteworthy.
Allen’s career started on a relatively rough note in his first two seasons.
Many Bills fans and NFL analysts were concerned with his progression and were nervous that he would not be able to have sustained success in the league.
Thankfully for the Bills, Allen turned it around in his third and fourth seasons, turning into the accurate player that he is today.
On Sunday, Allen and the Bills will be taking on the Cincinnati Bengals, where he will have another opportunity to boost his career playoff numbers.
Will his combination of elite arm talent and rushing ability be enough to defeat the stacked Bengals roster?
Tune in on Sunday to find out.