Bills' Josh Allen sets franchise single-season record for passing yards
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Josh Allen is officially in a class of his own.
The Buffalo Bills superstar quarterback is the new record holder for yards passing in a single season.
When Allen connected with running back Devin Singletary for a 6-yard pass on the first play of the second quarter, he surpassed Drew Bledsoe’s record of 4,359 yards in 2002.
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Besides Allen and Bledsoe, no other Bills quarterback has ever thrown for more than 4,000 yards, and yes, that includes Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Kelly.
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Allen connected with wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie for a 7-yard touchdown to give the Bills a 7-3 lead over the Miami Dolphins. The touchdown pass was Allen’s 35th of the season, extending his franchise single-season record from last weekend.
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In three series on Sunday against Miami, Allen completed 9 of 13 passes for 76 yards.
Buffalo can hold onto the No. 2 seed in the AFC with a victory or a Pittsburgh Steelers loss, and the Bills can fall no further than No. 3.
The Bills are on the cusp of a second consecutive playoff appearance.
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