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Josh Allen: QB for PFF's Team of the Week - Micah Hyde Also Makes It

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Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 90.8 overall grade
As a passer, Allen was up and down in Week 13. He made some special throws, he made some poor throws. He had two touchdowns on throws 20-plus yards downfield, but went just 3-for-12 on those, and had two interceptions too. He really impressed as a runner though, picking up seven first downs, forcing two missed tackles, and seeing six of his rushing attempts go for 10+ yards.
 
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SAFETY

Micah HydeBuffalo Bills – 92.3 overall grade
Hyde made a big impact for the Bills despite their loss to the Dolphins, coming away with an interception and two defensive stops. So far in 2018, Hyde is on track for the second highest graded season of his career, with this week proving to be his best performance of the season so far.
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But but but.... BUT... his last throw wobbled! - per a bunch of (for some reason) salty Allen haters

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Both TDs to Zay are big-time NFL throws, especially the second because he hangs in the pocket, looks in multiple directions and fires a laser right to the spot with defenders in the area. He can make any throw on the field from almost anywhere in the field. You can see him getting more comfortable with the game every week. He is still a raw and needs to develop a touch on some passes but man it is a completely different sport compared to watching Tyrod.

 

I was his #1 hater in the draft but he has really turned me around. When he has the ball it is must see TV.

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1 minute ago, jletha said:

Both TDs to Zay are big-time NFL throws, especially the second because he hangs in the pocket, looks in multiple directions and fires a laser right to the spot with defenders in the area. He can make any throw on the field from almost anywhere in the field. You can see him getting more comfortable with the game every week. He is still a raw and needs to develop a touch on some passes but man it is a completely different sport compared to watching Tyrod.

 

I was his #1 hater in the draft but he has really turned me around. When he has the ball it is must see TV.

Agree with this, I hated the idea of another "project QB," i wanted the NFL ready type for once. But man, 7 games in and Allen doesnt look like much of a project at all! I'm not saying he cant and shouldnt improve, he isnt perfect... but I went from having a crush on Allen after Jags came... to being full on smitten/in love with him after this Dolphins game

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3 minutes ago, PolishPrince said:

But but but.... BUT... his last throw wobbled! - per a bunch of (for some reason) salty Allen haters

 

:lol:  Making the team based on their grading system has nothing to do with the quality of his final pass.  

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2 minutes ago, jletha said:

Both TDs to Zay are big-time NFL throws, especially the second because he hangs in the pocket, looks in multiple directions and fires a laser right to the spot with defenders in the area. He can make any throw on the field from almost anywhere in the field. You can see him getting more comfortable with the game every week. He is still a raw and needs to develop a touch on some passes but man it is a completely different sport compared to watching Tyrod.

 

I was his #1 hater in the draft but he has really turned me around. When he has the ball it is must see TV.

so many of  his throws yesterday were impressive. that laser to jones on that out where he planted his feet sideline was money and an NFL throw that's hard to make. Talk about accurate. The kid is impressing me and I think he's our guy and getting better.

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4 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

:lol:  Making the team based on their grading system has nothing to do with the quality of his final pass.  

You right, he stinks. Good thing Josh screwed that up so we get another high draft pick to re-try at QB.

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Just now, PolishPrince said:

You right, he stinks. Good thing Josh screwed that up so we get another high draft pick to re-try at QB.

 

Another good one. :lol: We have some real doozies these days!

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40 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

 

What Id give to see JA play with those other 10 guys. Make it happen Beane!

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Just now, Juice_32 said:

 

What Id give to see JA play with those other 10 guys. Make it happen Beane!

 

Can't wait to see who they acquire for him in the offseason.  Next year should be fun!

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10 minutes ago, PolishPrince said:

Agree with this, I hated the idea of another "project QB," i wanted the NFL ready type for once. But man, 7 games in and Allen doesnt look like much of a project at all! I'm not saying he cant and shouldnt improve, he isnt perfect... but I went from having a crush on Allen after Jags came... to being full on smitten/in love with him after this Dolphins game

 

The Jags came? Wow  I missed that one!

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Just now, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

Another good one. :lol: We have some real doozies these days!

I love what you do compiling all the articles and videos for us here, but you have been VERY critical of Allen in multiple threads now on this one throw. Despite he put the entire offense on his back all game. I dont care if Allen throws the football and it turns into a frisbee, a rotisserie chicken or a live cat that hasn't been declawed halfway to the receiver. If you are a veteran top 8 paid TE in the entire NFL, you catch that damn ball when it hits you in two hands and you didnt even fully extend your damn arms... OR you SHOULD BE aware enough on a scramble drill with a QB working backwards to COME FORWARD, and not sit 8 yards deep in end zone for some strange reason.

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Just now, MILFHUNTER#518 said:

 

The Jags came? Wow  I missed that one!

LOL... in fairness I think T-Smith did as well as Ramsey on Allen's TD run

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Just imagine when he gets to throw from a pocket that isnt collapsing around him EVERY time........or that he doesnt have to run to buy time

 

Good things man

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1 minute ago, FeelingOnYouboty said:

He left three TD's on the table. The Robert Foster overthrow, the Zay Jones misfire and the Clay drop but what a showing. 

 

He was the best and most dynamic player on the field yesterday even with those missed plays. 

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10 minutes ago, BeefCurtns said:

so many of  his throws yesterday were impressive. that laser to jones on that out where he planted his feet sideline was money and an NFL throw that's hard to make. Talk about accurate. The kid is impressing me and I think he's our guy and getting better.

 

That throw was very impressive because it was on the sidelien and he was rolling left. The reason he has so much room to run is because defenses have to respect his arm and throwing ability. If he couldnt make deep throws then DBs would peel off of WRs when they get too far down field.

 

I think if he can stay int he pocket a little more often we will be very formidable.

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41 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

NFL Week 13 Plays of the Week | NFL Analysis | Pro Football Focus

 

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Another week, another big-time throw from rookie quarterback Josh Allen.

Here he zips the ball over the middle before receiver Zay Jones takes it in for a score.

 

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Fantastic throw. Drops back, hangs in the pocket, goes through his reads, sets his feet, doesn't let the pressure affect him, zips it 28 yards straight to him on a rope, walk-in TD. Can't ask for better, really. Cannot wait to see this kid with better OL play and more offensive playmakers.

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QUARTERBACK

Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 90.8 overall grade
As a passer, Allen was up and down in Week 13. He made some special throws, he made some poor throws. He had two touchdowns on throws 20-plus yards downfield, but went just 3-for-12 on those, and had two interceptions too. He really impressed as a runner though, picking up seven first downs, forcing two missed tackles, and seeing six of his rushing attempts go for 10+ yards.
 
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SAFETY

Micah HydeBuffalo Bills – 92.3 overall grade
Hyde made a big impact for the Bills despite their loss to the Dolphins, coming away with an interception and two defensive stops. So far in 2018, Hyde is on track for the second highest graded season of his career, with this week proving to be his best performance of the season so far.

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14 minutes ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

He was the best and most dynamic player on the field yesterday even with those missed plays. 

 

By far. Stunning performance from a rookie QB. Hoping he can continue to build. 4 more games this year and I want to go into next season excited about him.

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20 minutes ago, FeelingOnYouboty said:

He left three TD's on the table. The Robert Foster overthrow, the Zay Jones misfire and the Clay drop but what a showing. 

 

Yeah, the throw to Foster was one of those, "D'AWWW maaaannnn!" kinda plays. On the misfire to Zay, I think James Lofton did a decent job of explaining why the pass ended up behind Zay. Lofton said that Allen may have been expecting Zay to stop and sit right in that spot since the 'Phins were in a zone look, but, again as Lofton said, Zay probably saw nothing but space in front of him and may have thought he had a defender trailing him so he kept trucking right through the zone. It happens. 

 

And you can't ask for much better on the throw to Clay, not in that situation anyway. JA evades pressure from both sides, ends up way back by the 50 yard line but comes back up another 5-10 yards and launches one 50 yards downfield to his right as he's running to his left. Clay just dropped it. I remember a game against Houston in, I believe in 2015 where Taylor hit Clay wide open down the seam for a TD and in the post-game, Clay said the wide open catches are harder for him for some reason. I think the mind plays into it, like, "Holy crap, I'm wide open, here comes the ball, don't drop it, don't drop it, don't drop it!" *plop* "SON OF A!" I don't know if he slipped, tripped or what but him coming back to the ball looked awkward as hell. The throw got there and hit him in an area where he could've made the catch and that's all that matters. Coulda been the hero of the day but them's the breaks sometimes.

 

Either way, with each game I keep seeing more progress from JA. He's been able to shake off the slow starts and get rolling. He also looks a lot more patient and willing to hang in the pocket for as long as he can. And his game speed is outrageous, it doesn't look like he's going that fast but then you see him beat linebackers to the sticks routinely, it's crazy. Not just your standard LBs, either, guys like Kiko and Anthony Barr up in Minnesota are known as athletes for that position, sideline to sideline types and he's clowned both of them. 

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