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A Tale Of Two Seasons For Josh Allen And The Bills Offense

The Bills offense as a whole ranked 21st in Expected Points Added per Play (EPA/P) and averaged only 19 points a game during the same time frame. Not exactly what you would expect from a team sitting comfortably in a playoff spot. The Bills jumped out to one of their best starts in years, but it was more because of strong defense and a historically soft schedule than anything their offense was doing. 

It’s been a different story since Week 9, though. Allen has 12 total touchdowns against only 1 turnover, and his 27 Total Points Earned rank fourth-best in the league among quarterbacks, even with a below-average showing against the Browns in Week 10.

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