Josh Allen Continues to Garner National Recognition
Josh Allen's breakout season is being recognized on a national level as he was nominated for the FedEx NFL Player of the year award.
Allen who led the Bills to a 13-3 regular-season record and the team's first playoff win in over 20 years is one of three players to be nominated. The other two players are Green Bay's Aaron Rogers and Kansas City's Patrick Mahomes.
Here is how the NFL broke down Allen's season according to Syracuse.com
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen had the fourth-highest passer rating (107.2) in the league this season and ranked fifth in both passing yards (4,544) and touchdown passes (37), each Buffalo single-season franchise records as the Bills earned their first division title since 1995. He also had eight rushing touchdowns and became the first player with at least 4,500 passing yards, 35 touchdown passes and five rushing touchdowns in a single season in NFL history. Allen recorded eight games with at least 300 passing yards, tied for the third-most in the league this season.
Fans have a chance to vote for their favorite player HERE or on Twitter.
If he wins, this would be Josh Allen's first "player of the year" award.
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