Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - The Buffalo Bills ended their two-game losing skid on Sunday after totaling 393 yards of total offense in a dominant 32-6 victory over their AFC East rival New York Jets at Highmark Stadium.
Sunday was a great bounce back performance for Josh Allen and the Bills offense, now under the direction of interim offensive coordinator Joe Brady. The Bills quarterback went 20-of-32 for 275 yards, three touchdowns and one interception, and ended with a passer rating of 108.2.
While Allen performed well to help his team back into the win column, he certainly knew it was a team effort to get Brady his first win leading the offense.
"Our guys came and they played well tonight," said Allen following the win with the assembled media. "I thought I didn't try to force anything, trusting the guys around me to make plays and that's what we did tonight."
Buffalo put an emphasis on trying to have fun while playing, and Allen echoed that message through his actions and play on Sunday.
"I think our team was energetic, as we needed to be, and a lot of that, for better or worst, can come from the quarterback," Allen said. "So just making that a point of emphasizes throughout the week, 'Let's have fun playing this game. It's football.' At the end of the day, we get to, in my opinion, the most amazing job on the planet, and that's come out here and play football."
You can listen to Allen’s entire postgame press conference available in the player below: