Critics Silenced: Josh Allen Adds Another Chapter to His Buffalo Resume

Tracy Ringolsby

Last week, Josh Allen surpassed 300 yards for the first time in his career, making a strong impression on the fans of the Buffalo Bills.

Well, this week, Allen took it a step farther.

Allen passed threw for four touchdowns and 417 yards without an inception in the Bills' 31-28 victory at Miami, giving the Bills back-to-back wins to open the season. He became the second Bills quarterback to throw for at least 415 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions. Joe Ferguson (419-5-0) did it in 1983, also against Miami.

Allen connected with nine receivers, becoming the first Bills quarterback to reach 400 yards passing in a game since 2002.

He also became the fourth quarterback in NFL history to throw for 700-plus hards with at least six toucdowns and no interceptions. The previous three were Peyton Manning (2013), Tom Brady (2015) and Pat Mahomes (2019).

And Allen did not forget his parents, who traveled from Northern California to Miami to witness the game: