NFL Rookie QB Power Rankings After Week 5

NFL Rookie QB Power Rankings After Week 5


NFL Rookie QB Power Rankings After Week 5


Oct 7, 2018; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) passes the ball against the Tennessee Titans during the second quarter at New Era Field. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

4. Josh Allen

Josh Allen is a strange quarterback. One week he looks like a gamer, and the next week he looks like he needs to be the guy that spends some time on the bench oberserving an experienced veteran. This week, Allen was like a little bit of both.

The Bills barley defeated the Tennesee Titans at home, which is a decent accomplishment since the Titans were coming off of a big win. But Allen wasn’t exactly the star of the show. Early on, he had a nice play where he got to flash some of his athleticism and take in a run for six.

It was beginning to look like Allen was going to have a big week again. Unfortuantely, that didn’t happen. In the passing game, Allen threw for just under 100-yards. Zero touchdowns, and an interception on the stat sheet does not look very good for a first-round quarterback on paper. It was ugly, for sure. But at least the Bills squeaked out a win.

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