Allen added two rushing touchdowns to his hurdle in the first half.

By Michael Shapiro
September 23, 2018

Rookie Josh Allen has racked up the highlights in the first half of the Bills' road matchup with the Vikings, leading the way as Buffalo took a 24-point lead over heavily-favored Minnesota at U.S. Bank Stadium. 

But no play was more impressive than Allen's impressive hurdle of Anthony Barr, looking like a natural track athlete as he dove forward for a first down. The first-round pick displayed prowess with both his arm and legs in the first quarter against Minnesota, throwing for 120 yards and a touchdown while adding 20 yards and two scores on the ground. 

Watch Allen's leap over Barr below:

Allen and the Bills defeated Minnesota 27-6 to earn their first victory of 2018. Allen went 15-22 for 196 yards on the afternoon, adding one touchdown pass through the air and two on the ground. 

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