Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has been very good throughout much of training camp this season.
Allen took it to, yet, another level on Tuesday, connecting on every one of his first 15 passes in 11-on-11 work against the defense.
It didn’t matter who the target was for those first 15 throws, Allen put the ball where it needed to be, and his receivers caught it. Five different players were on the receiving end, including Cole Beasley, who caught six of them himself.
At one point, it appeared some defensive players were getting visibly frustrated with not being able to stop Allen and the passing offense. While the offensive unit didn't put up a ton of big plays, Allen just hit completion-after-completion down the field.
Allen eventually cooled off a bit as the field shrunk near the end zone, but for most of the day, and especially early-on, he was completely dialed in and looked every bit the NFL MVP runner-up he was a season ago.
Under the radar
Wide receiver Lance Lenoir, who spent time last season on the Seattle Seahawks' practice squad, has had a really strong camp. He’s made plays every day at all levels of the field. Given the camp he’s had, in most other situations, I’d probably have him making the final 53-man roster. However, it’s really tough to earn a spot on this Bills team given the current receiver group.
With both running backs Antonio Williams and Christian Wade hurt, Taiwan Jones has gotten a few more opportunities to run the ball and looks good doing it. I don’t think he’s a bad backup option in a pinch, on top of his special teams ability. He’s a good and valuable player to have on the roster.
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