Josh Allen Looks Jacked in New Weight Room Photo

Josh Allen Looks Jacked in New Weight Room Photo


The Buffalo Bills started the phase one of their offseason workout program on Tuesday during what was the second week of OTAs. Both offensive and defensive players stepped into the weight room and one photo posted by the team's Twitter account shows what looks to be a jacked Josh Allen.

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The Pro Bowl quarterback posed with wide receiver Gabriel Davis and looked massive compared to his size last season. That's no easy task to accomplish considering he already weighed in at 237 pounds in 2021, which is more than most QBs. It's hard not to see added muscle in Allen's arms.

Seeing a stronger and more powerful Allen lining up to take the snap this fall is going to be a scary sight for opposing defenses. The former Wyoming standout averaged a league-best 6.3 yards per rushing attempt last season and regularly barreled through tacklers with force in the open field.

Not only that, but Allen averaged a respectable 259.2 passing yards per game in 2021 and guided the Bills with 236 passing first downs (No. 5 in NFL). It's not unrealistic to say he can best those marks next season given the months he has put into making sure he is in the best shape possible.

After back-to-back heartbreaking losses in the playoffs, the Bills have their eyes set on finally making it to the Super Bowl with their current core of talented players. Buffalo is the sole favorite to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February with odds set at +650, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

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