Bills QB Josh Allen struggled on Sunday in Buffalo’s 27-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the playoffs.
Allen, who has been nursing a lingering ulnar collateral ligament injury down the stretch of the 2022 season, told team beat reporter Jon Scott that he felt he needed to change his mechanics to play through the elbow injury. He said he doesn’t believe right now that he’ll need surgery, but rather just rest for it to fully heal.
The Bills anticipate rest and recovery being enough to get their QB back to full strength for the 2023 season. Allen completed 25 of 42 passes on Sunday for 265 yards and one interception, adding 26 yards and a touchdown on eight carries in the loss.
Josh Allen was asked about his chemistry with offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey, he admitted the two have “a lot” of room to grow together. He praised Dorsey’s tireless work ethic and emphasized how much he enjoys working with him.
Bills QB Josh Allen. Photo courtsey of USA Today Sports