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‘I Have Ultimate Trust In Josh Allen’ – McDermott After Jets Loss

Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott has thrown his support behind quarterback Josh Allen following Sunday’s regressive performance against the Jets.

Josh Allen faltered badly in the second half to allow New York to come from 14-10 down to win 20-17. 

In the first half, Josh Allen threw for 143 yards to enter the break with a four point lead. However, he completed only 5-of-12 passes for 42 yards in the final two quarters.

He did score the Bills’ only two touchdowns on the ground, but didn’t have a passing touchdown for the entire game.


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The Jets eventually capitalized on an Allen interception to Sauce Gardner to go ahead and take control of the game. 

“I have ultimate trust in Josh,” McDermott said. “He’s a heck of a football player, it’s important to him, so he knows that those are non-negotiables, those plays right there. It’s gonna happen from time to time just by percentages and times you throw, (but) overall it’s gotta improve.

“It’s hard to win the game when you turn the ball over,” Sean McDermott said. “We had opportunities and we shot ourselves in the foot.”

He will appreciate the backing of his coach, but Allen was under no illusions about his performance postgame. 


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“It’s tough to win in this league. We were playing a good team here, (and) your quarterback plays like s—,” Allen said. “Made some bad decisions tonight, really cost our team. A lot to learn from, a lot to grow from, but that’s not the

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