Allen, fueled by Week 1 showing, bounces back

Allen, fueled by Week 1 showing, bounces back

Sep 18, 2023 by ESPN

Key Facts

  • Scattered boos were heard in a Highmark Stadium filled to the brim in blue and red as the Bills gave the ball back with an early 7-0 deficit.
  • Allen said after the win that he didn't pay any attention to what was being said and written about him, but that his performance the previous week did affect him.
  • The benefit this time was a Week 2 turnaround in which Allen, 27 and in just his sixth season, had his fifth career game with three or more touchdowns and an 80% completion percentage, the most by an NFL player before turning 30.
  • He didn't throw his first incompletion until well into the first quarter, and the 13 straight completions were a career best and the longest streak by a Bills quarterback to start a game since Jim Kelly had 14 straight in Week 1 in 1990, according to Elias Sports.

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