Vic Carucci caught up with Buffalo Bills Hall of Famer Jim Kelly prior to the Pro Bowl in Orlando, Fla. The wide-ranging Q&A touched on a variety of topics, including Kelly's opinion of current quarterback Josh Allen:
"I think he’s the real deal. He needs the quarterback coach, the offensive coordinator to get in his mind. I have already talked to him and told him we need to sit down this offseason. I need to tell him some things that I saw that he was not doing that he needs to make sure are instilled in his mind, that I don't know if he's been told. ... I never want to tramp on anybody's feet right, but we'll sit down, I'll go over some things with him."
Kelly said he prefers to critique Allen privately but was willing to offer some public praise.
"I'm excited about him because his personality is what you need in Buffalo. He's a hardworking SOB. It’s everything I love to see, but he can't do it alone."
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