Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month for September.
Allen and the Bills have started 3-0 for the second straight season, but have done it with plenty of offense thanks, in large part, to Allen and the passing game. The Bills lead the conference in scoring, posting 31.0 points per-game, and also lead the entire AFC in yards per-game (434.0) and yards per-play (6.6).
Through the first three weeks, Allen ranks near the top of the NFL in several categories:
Allen is the first Bills player to be named AFC Offensive Player of the Month since quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick earned the honor back in September of 2011, and only the second since September of 2002 when Drew Bledsoe won the award.
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