New Josh Allen training video shows he looks even better than last year

Allen's mechanics are flawless

Josh Allen works to improve a facet of his game each offseason. Last year, he worked on deep ball accuracy, and sure enough, improved dramatically in that area.

This offseason, Allen pledged to work on his overall accuracy, especially with in-breaking routes. Last season, eight of his 10 interceptions came on the left side of the field.

New video shows the MVP runner-up is putting his work where his mouth is.

On Thursday, the “@Cover1” Twitter account shared a video of Allen working with his quarterback coach, Jordan Palmer. The play is broken down in slow motion and it is a thing of beauty. Allen hits the top of his drop and then smoothly moves up in the pocket to complete his throw over the middle of the field.

His mechanics are picture perfect:

Earlier this offseason, Allen said he wants to place the ball in position so his receivers can easily catch it and run.

“Just making sure I'm putting it in a catchable spot for these guys to catch and run,” he told reporters in May. “That's going to be a huge asset for us to be able hit those type of throws and allow our guys to stay up and stay on the move.”

This promises to be a pivotal season for Allen, who’s on the cusp of securing a lucrative long-term extension. Last month, ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky said Allen is one of the quarterbacks who’s under the most pressure in the NFL, and must prove last season wasn’t a fluke.

If Allen’s new training video is any indication, it doesn’t seem like Bills fans have to worry about that.

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