With the division-leading Miami Dolphins on the horizon, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen didn't have much time to bask in the afterglow of his team's rout on Sunday.
While the Bills annihilated the Washington Commanders on both sides of the ball in a 37-3 victory on September 24,
the Dolphins won an even more historic game against the Denver Broncos. Miami scored 10 touchdowns in the 70-20 rout,
the most points scored by an NFL team since 1966 and the largest losing margin in Broncos history.
After Buffalo's game, Allen addressed his team's upcoming task.After Sunday's triumph,
ESPN reporter Jeff Darlington approached Allen and informed him that the Dolphins had just scored 70 points.
Allen "didn't flinch" when he learned about the historic margin of victory, according to Darlington, and claimed there wasn't much he could do to worry about their powerful offense.
"It's going to be a dogfight," Allen stated. He continued, "But I don't focus on what they're doing on that side of the ball."Allen has made this forecast before.
When asked about Aaron Rodgers' move to the New York Jets in June, Allen suggested the division will be full of "dogfights" between the opposing teams.
"There's a lot of great quarterbacks in the AFC right now," Allen remarked, according to SI.com.
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