ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WKBW) — Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen's performance in his third NFL season has garnered some well-deserved national attention.
The Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA) named Josh Allen the NFL's Most Improved Player of the Year, ahead of the Bills first AFC Championship appearance in 27 years.
Allen, 24, improved in completion percentage, yards, touchdowns, and quarterback rating this season from last season and set Bills single-season franchise records in the following categories
- Total touchdowns (46)
- Passing touchdowns (37)
- Total yards (4,977)
- Passing yards (4,544)
- Passer rating (107.2)
- Completions (396)
- Completion percentage (69.2%)
- 300-yard games (8)
The Bills look to play in their first Super Bowl since 1994 if they beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.