With a new coaching staff, what is your expectation?
When offensive coordinator Brian Daboll was hired by the New York Giants as their head coach, he took with him several of the Buffalo Bills’ offensive coaches including the only play-caller QB Josh Allen has ever had.
With Ken Dorsey now installed as the Bills’ new offensive coordinator, designing and calling plays for the first time ever, it’s natural to think Allen could have a regression in his stats in 2022 even if he actually plays better this season. So let’s make sure we are analyzing the right thing in the poll. We are only talking about stats, not the general sense of his play.
“With the new faces on the offensive coaching staff, where do you think Josh Allen’s 2022 statistics will land relative to his 2021 statistics?”
His 2021 stat line was impressive; 409 competitions, 646 attempts, 63.3% completion percentage, 4407 passing yards, 36 passing touchdowns, 15 interceptions, 6.8 yards per attempt, and 10.8 yards per completion while adding 122 rushes for 763 yards and 6 touchdowns on the ground at a 6.3 yards per attempt.
Remember when you vote that his 2021 stats were actually a regression from his 2020 stats. Have at it, Bills Mafia.
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