Josh Allen is one of the most dangerous dual-threat quarterbacks in the NFL. He doesn’t have the blazing speed or shiftiness that typically comes when we think of elusive, out-of-the-pocket quarterbacks. But he has a combination of size and strength that allows him to take big hits down the field and absorb the necessary contact to help his team in big situations.
NFL: Tom Brady Tells Josh Allen To Slide More
#Bills QB Josh Allen was on Tom Brady’s ‘Let’s Go!’ podcast and told him he was a “Huge Brady fan growing up… I know Bills Mafia wasn’t the happiest.”
Brady then advised Allen to run less the way he’s been running in order to protect himself: “You’re putting yourself in harm’s… pic.twitter.com/kPbB4BbmFw
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 2, 2023
While it is typically something that coaches and fans encourage the faces of their franchises not to do, it is a part of Allen’s game that makes him the dangerous MVP candidate that he has been over the past few years. Defending his cannon of a right arm is made far more difficult when you have to respect his ability to run like a halfback on a broken play or designed keeper. 43 of Allen’s 198 career touchdowns have come on the ground.
NFL legend and greatest quarterback of all-time Tom Brady has some words of caution for the way that Josh Allen plays the game. The two had a conversation on Brady’s podcast that was mediated by Jim Gray, and the subject of Allen’s play style came up. Brady laid out the advice that he had for the Bills quarterback:
I think sometimes he wants to run it, because he knows he can get yards. There’s a lot of confidence in it. The only problem from my standpoint is you’re putting yourself in harms way…it doesn’t take much for someone to land on you…those are the decisions you make as a quarterback and I would like to see Josh save those for very special moments…and not that he shouldn’t run. But when he does,…
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Author : Anthony R. Cardenas
Publish date : 2023-11-02 22:32:48
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