Josh Allen
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - DECEMBER 24: Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills looks to pass against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on December 24, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Believe it or not, Josh Allen has been among the NFL’s worst passers since Week 7


The Buffalo Bills remain a Super Bowl favorite.

But their Pro Bowl passer has been anything but since he injured his elbow on a strip sack vs the New York Jets in November.

Since week 7 Allen’s passer rating has been just 85 — ranking him 26th in the NFL.

His 12 turnovers are the league’s worst.

Allen Passer Stats

And his completion percentage, something Allen has worked hard to boost since his rookie year, is 60% — 30th in the league and his lowest since his second year as a Pro.

The Bills are still finding ways to win.  But it raises the question over whether the Buffalo might need to find new ways to score – if they cannot get more from Allen down the stretch.

Buffalo faces off this weekend against another one of the AFC’s best, Cincinnati, and it may be a strong gauge on where the team stands heading into the playoffs. 

The team is fighting to maintain control of a sorely needed bye week.

But it may also be showing the rest of the NFL whether or not the road to the Super Bowl actually still runs through Orchard Park, NY.