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Predict Josh Allen's stats vs LA.

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I remember a thread predicting NP stats in game 1, and thought why not a thread for one of buffalo's more divisive players.

 

So how do you think JA will fare against LA. I'm predicting a decent but not spectacular performance, something around 18/28 for 210yds 2TDs 1INT. What do you say?

 

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That was my statline for peterman, boy was I off lol, I’m stayin away from this one. Praying Bosa doesn’t play.

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21/32 277 yards 2tds 1 int, 4 rushes for 26 yards and 3 sacks

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15 of 27 for 198 yards 1 passing td 1 int and 35 yards rushing. 

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17-39, 211 yards.  2 INT.  1 TD.  4 Sacks.  23 yards rushing.

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1 minute ago, The Senator said:

 

500 yds passing, 70 yds rushing, 7TDs O , INTs.

Also one receiving touchdown on a pass thrown by himself.

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15 minutes ago, Codyny13 said:

That was my statline for peterman, boy was I off lol, I’m stayin away from this one. Praying Bosa doesn’t play.

Bosa is out. I'm gonna say 16 for 23 243 yds passing 2 td's no interceptions and 27 yards rushing

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16-32. 253 yds 1 TD 1 INT.  36 Rush yds 1 TD 

Los Angeles 34 Buffalo 20

 

An improvement but well on our way to an 0-4 start, unfortunately.
Man I hope I am wrong and eat crow. I want to eat crow, but that OL is putrid.

 

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I’m thinking the completion percentage has to be somewhere around 50%...and if he has over 200 yards passing I’ll consider it a success.

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2 minutes ago, Cotton Fitzsimmons said:

 

Throwing it off his back foot from his own 20... FACT!

If you throw it hard enough you can just catch it in the endzone as it comes back around the Earth.

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12 emphatic head nods

9 scrambles for his life

47 aggressive hand claps from his coach

8 really really hard throws 

2 extra really really hard throws to Kelvin Benjamin (he drops both)

7 pats on the butt

3 TD celebrations

1 very needed win

 

 

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12 minutes ago, JaCrispy said:

I’m thinking the completion percentage has to be somewhere around 50%...and if he has over 200 yards passing I’ll consider it a success.

It’s so funny how things change. People considered this terrible when Tyrod did it. Now it’s a success!

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Winning or losing stick to the game plan... which should aim to rush the ball 25 times. I’d try to keep his attempts around 25. Even if down a couple TDs the coaches nor the fans should expect him to start slinging the ball throwing it 35-40 times. 

 

Expect Ivory to get his carries this week.

 

15-25 154 yds 1TD, 1 int, 1 Rush TD

4 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

It’s so funny how things change. People considered this terrible when Tyrod did it. Now it’s a success!

What did Tyrod do his rookie year in his first start? Oh yeah... 5 years later

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1 minute ago, 1ZAYDAY1 said:

Winning or losing stick to the game plan... which should aim to rush the ball 25 times. I’d try to keep his attempts around 25. Even if down a couple TDs the coaches nor the fans should expect him to start slinging the ball throwing it 35-40 times. 

 

Expect Ivory to get his carries this week.

 

15-25 154 yds 1TD, 1 int, 1 Rush TD

What did Tyrod do his rookie year in his first start? Oh yeah... 5 years later

EJ had 2 tds, 0 ints and left the field with the lead against the Pats in his first start. I’d take that from Allen, our highest drafted qb ever.

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