Seahawks versus Bills: Five questions about Buffalo
By Lee Vowell
We asked five questions about Seahawks versus Buffalo with FanSided’s Bill’s site, BuffaLowDown.
The 6-1 Seattle Seahawks play the 6-2 Buffalo Bills on Sunday in a matchup of two probably playoff teams. Both teams currently lead their respective divisions and both have good offenses. Seattle has Russell Wilson at quarterback, of course, but the Bills have a good quarterback too in the person of Josh Allen.
To help preview the game, I asked five questions to Brandon Croce, site expert at FanSided’s Bills site, BuffaLowDown.
12th Man Rising: Josh Allen has developed into a very good quarterback in his third year. What do you see as his strengths and the weaknesses he still needs to work on?
Brandon Croce: His game has certainly come together this season as he has really improved his accuracy but still has the threat of making plays with his legs. While turnovers have become a bit of an issue as of late (4 in the last four games) this is another area he really improved, and this improvement started about midway through last year.
In terms of things he can work on is his desire to sometimes play “hero ball.” There are times where he doesn’t want to give up on a play and he ends up losing a lot of yards on a sack or forcing a throw that results in a turnover. The plays aren’t always bad, as sometimes he does make highlight-reel throws and runs, but if he can cut back on these, he can potentially get back into that MVP discussion.