The Buffalo Bills grabbed their third consecutive win on Thursday night when they beat the New England Patriots 24-10, bringing Buffalo to 9-3 on the season and recapturing first place in the AFC East for the moment.
Thursday also marked Buffalo's first divisional win of the season and quarterback Josh Allen also had an accomplishment of his own.
In fact, Allen was the first player in NFL history to have three seasons where he had at least 25 passing touchdowns and five rushing touchdowns.
With a sport his rich with histoyr, it's impressive to be the first to do anything, but a stat line like that is even more impressive. While quarterbacks with great rushing abilities is something that doesn't span the entire history of the game, there have surly been plenty with this capability, yet Allen is the first to do it.
Allen's play has helped turned Buffalo into a perennial contender, but you can be sure he doesn't have individual accolades on the mind, he just wats to win a Super Bowl.
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