If there’s one position on the Buffalo Bills roster that has no concerns, it’s the starting quarterback.
The Bills are Josh Allen’s team, and there’s no debate. Buffalo will go as far as Allen takes them. Over the past two seasons, that has been on the cusp of the Super Bowl.
For the past two seasons, Allen’s name has been mentioned among the best offensive players in the NFL. Allen’s ascent into MVP consideration has been astounding. His ability to make plays out of nothing has become routine during Bills games. Allen’s arm strength and accuracy give him an advantage over most defenses. His ability to read a defense has improved exponentially over his career.
Allen’s superstardom is shining brighter and brighter. He threw for 4,407 passing yards, 36 touchdown passes, and 15 interceptions thrown in 2021. He added a career-best 763 rushing yards on 122 carries. He added six touchdowns on the ground as well.
But all that doesn’t mean the Bills are perfect at the position.
Behind Allen, Mitchell Trubisky saw limited time during mop-up duty last.
Davis Webb spent most of the season on the practice squad at third QB.
Here’s an offseason rundown for the Bills regarding the quarterback position: