He already has two 400-yard passing games and led his squad in rushing yards in four out of five games.
The former Wyoming standout also led the Bills to their second straight win after losing to the Miami Dolphins.
Aside from limiting the Pittsburgh Steelers to three points, Allen also threw four touchdowns and an interception.
One of those touchdowns was a 98-yard strike from him to Gabe Davis, giving Buffalo a 7-0 advantage.
That play alone signified that the Steelers are in trouble.
Meanwhile, here’s how Allen executed that play.
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The Bills tweeted, “We can’t stop watching this.”
While the line of scrimmage was at the Bills’ two-yard line, Allen was trying to execute a play from their end zone.
His offensive line bought him time before Minkah Fitzpatrick came through, hoping to get a sack.
But Allen released the ball in the nick of time to connect with Davis, who outran two Steelers defenders before reaching the end zone.
He was ecstatic while pumping his fists when the play was completed.
That reception helped Davis finish with 171 yards and two touchdowns.
Bills Cruising On Offense
Allen leads the league in passing yards and ranks second behind Patrick Mahomes in touchdown passes.
He also ranks seventh in completion rate at 66.8 percent.
Likewise, the Bills lead the league in total yards (440.4) and passing yards (324) per game.
Their 30.4 points per game average is also second behind the Kansas City Chiefs.
Therefore, expect a high-scoring game when the Bills and the Chiefs play against each other in Week 6.
That’s Buffalo’s last game before their bye.