Josh Allen opens up on his determination to lead Bills to Super Bowl win
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Josh Allen insists he is determined on leading the Buffalo Bills to their first Super Bowl win. The Bills have been to four Super Bowls and lost all four of them. The Bills' last Super appearance came in 1993. "I so badly want to bring a Super Bowl here to Buffalo, and I just don't want anything to get in the way of allowing me to be the best quarterback that I can be for this team," Allen told ESPN.
Allen working on getting better
Allen, the seventh overall pick of the 2018 NFL draft, has been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL for the last couple of seasons. Allen has already had a couple of seasons in which he would put monster numbers in the regular seasons but then fail to deliver in the playoffs.
This offseason, Allen has been trying to find new ways to get better and help the Bills make the desired breakthrough in 2023. "I want to give everything that I have for as long as I play. I'm not saying that I haven't done that in the past, but there's always new ways that I can find to get better, and not being complacent with what I'm doing on the field, understanding that there's a lot of plays that we left out there.
And you know, statistically, you look at it, we were top three, four [in] offense in the league last year, and it wasn't good enough. So, just losing the playoffs isn't fun, you know?" Allen explained. Last season, Allen led the Bills to the divisional round.
In the divisional round, the Bills disappointingly suffered a 27-10 loss against the Cincinnati Bengals on their home field. The game was played in cold and snowy conditions and Allen didn't really do well. It remains to be seen if Allen can lead the Bills to a Super Bowl win this coming season.