Buffalo Bills signal caller Josh Allen understands that he cannot continue his struggles if the Bills are to continue their impressive 2020 regular season.
Allen took blame for the team’s recent struggles, and pointed to himself when assigning blame, saying that he needs to play better.
“We weren’t good enough — I was not good enough. I got to do a better job, it’s plain and simple,” Allen said, according to ESPN’s Marcel Louis-Jacques. “I didn’t play very good tonight. I know that. I understand that. This team can’t afford to have me play poorly.
“Early on just not being as accurate with the ball as I should have been. Making the right reads, making the right throws, and we turned it on a little too late there.”
Allen started off the season looking like an MVP candidate, but struggled mightily against the Kansas City Chiefs, throwing for only 122 passing yards, his lowest total since Week 6 of his rookie season.