His ability to make plays with his feet, arm strength, size, athleticism, and mobility make him a perennial threat to put up points on the scoreboard.
That’s been especially true when heavily pressured this season.
According to PFF, the Wyoming product ranks first in PFF Grade (86.3), touchdowns (13), and Passer Rating (96.7) when facing pressure during this campaign, which means terrible news for the Miami Dolphins.
Josh Allen under pressure:
🚀 86.3 PFF grade (1st)
🚀 13 TDs (1st)
🚀 96.7 passer rating (1st) pic.twitter.com/rK7z8Gbrnf
— PFF (@PFF) January 11, 2023
But despite not having their QB1 or QB2 and being on the road, Dolphins LB Jerome Baker is still confident in his team’s ability to get the job done:
“Absolutely. It’s always been on us,” Baker said this week. “It is definitely unfortunate that he can’t play, but you win games by playing great defense. If they don’t score any points, you win the game. So it’s going to be up to us and our defense is up for the challenge.
“I feel like I play him all the time and I really do,” Baker added. “We know them, they know us and it’s no secret what they’re going to do. It’s no secret what we’re going to do. We’ve just got to go out there and execute and get it done.”
That will be easier said than done.
The Bills entered the season as the team to beat in the AFC.
And even though they were some ups and downs throughout the season, they’re the last team you want to face in the playoffs.