Bills GM criticizes Josh Allen

Bills GM criticizes Josh Allen


Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane had a message for quarterback Josh Allen on Tuesday. 

In an interview with the daily “Rochester Democrat & Chronicle”, the DG praised his pivot. He did, however, send him a criticism.

“The only thing I have to say is he's got too many bruises on him,” Beane said. We need to make sure he takes fewer hits. That's the only criticism I have of Josh. I just want him to take fewer hits.”

Since he's been in the NFL, Allen has had a tendency to go for contact to get a few extra yards. In 2022, he ran with the ball in hand 124 times, amassing 762 passing yards and seven majors. He also had 33 quarterback sacks, the second-highest total of his five-year career on the Goodell circuit.

Allen played in every regular season game and both of the his. He has been plagued with shoulder pain for the majority of the campaign.

The seventh overall pick in the 2018 draft completed 63.3% of his passes for 4,283 yards and 35 majors . He was also the victim of 14 interceptions.

The Bills went 13-3 and took the top spot in the All-American East Division standings. After defeating the Miami Dolphins in the first round of the playoffs, they were outshot the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10 in the conference semifinals.

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In addition, after his resounding failure at the helm of the Jacksonville Jaguars, head coach Urban Meyer no longer wants to work on the sidelines of a football team.

That's what the 58-year-old said during his appearance on the 'All Things Covered' podcast.

“I have no desire [to relive the experience], a- he said. Obviously, I would have done some things differently.”

Meyer was hired by the “Jags” before the start of the 2021 campaign. It was his first opportunity in the NFL, and this, after enjoying several successes in the NCAA. He was fired before the season was even over, when his club had a poor record of 2-11.

During his brief stint, Meyer was at the center of some scandals. He was fined $100,000 for breaking NFL practice rules and a video of him touching a woman – who was not his wife – inappropriately surfaced. Additionally, he was accused of kicking kicker Josh Lambo.

After this catastrophic experience, Meyer returned to television. He became a FOX Sports Network analyst for college football.