In the first of a two-part series analyzing Josh Allen's accuracy for BNBlitz.com, Mark Gaughan identifies the low-hanging fruit that could help the Bills quarterback raise his rookie completion rate.
"It's not hard to imagine Allen's accuracy improving by some degree simply by taking more 'easy' completions," Gaughan writes. "Six completions a game, in fact, should be there for the taking, because that's what the average starting QB is getting."
Gaughan's piece also includes insight from Allen, Bills GM Brandon Beane and offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, as well as a breakdown of the mechanical issues affecting Allen's accuracy from our QB guru, Jim Kubiak.
Jay Skurski's Mailbag: Have the Bills gone to the Carolina well once too often? Will Buffalo be active in the first few hours of free agency? Was it the worst decision in franchise history to trade away the opportunity to pick Patrick Mahomes?
One-on-One Coverage: Bill Polian talks about starting a new league, how it might affect the NFL, the direction of the Bills, and Josh Allen's development in a Q&A with Vic Carucci.
Bills continue to keep lid on expectations: "They’ve been consistent in stressing the importance of building methodically and carefully, with an eye toward succeeding for the long haul, rather than shooting for instant gratification with splashy moves," Carucci writes.
ICYMI: Bills will raise season ticket prices, lower cost for some seats. ... Former assistants Danny Crossman and Rick Dennison found new jobs. ... New QB coach Ken Dorsey praised for low ego, high output.
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