Josh Allen has been billed as the strong arm rifle and the Cleveland Browns founds that out first hand as the rookie QB from Wyoming bought time in the pocket avoided pressure and through a lasser pass to Rod Streater in the back of the end zone for a 2 yard touchdown. After two preseason games, Allen has completed 18 of 32 passes (56.3 percent) for 176 yards (5.5 YPA), two touchdowns and a 92.7 passer rating.
AJ McCarron started the game for the Bills went four consecutive three-and-outs to begin the contest before an injury to his throwing shoulder, it could make him unavailability for the season opener.
Nathan Peterman was the third QB in the rotation, tossing a 35-yard touchdown of his own against broken coverage. If Allen performs well againist the Cincinnati Bengals next Sunday afternoon, look for the rookie QB to be the starter for the Bills opening Game!!!