Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen etched his name deeper into the annals of NFL history after the team's 21-14 win against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday night.
Allen achieved his ninth career game with at least 300 passing yards and 50 rushing yards, a record-breaking accomplishment for an NFL quarterback. Previously, Allen and the iconic Steve Young were tied at eight games for the record. Against Miami, Allen's impressive stats included 359 passing yards and 67 rushing yards.
Allen didn't stop there. He also had at least two touchdowns in 16 consecutive games, which ties the second-longest streak of this kind NFL history.
Throughout this season, Allen's 44 total touchdowns (comprising 29 passing and 15 rushing) was the most of all quarterbacks in the NFL. Dak Prescott of the Dallas team trailed with 38. This was the second-highest season total for Allen, with his highest being 45 in 2020 and 42 in both 2021 and 2022.