In recent years, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has been widely acknowledged as having the strongest arm in the NFL.
When interviewed on Super Bowl LVIII’s Radio Row, Allen was asked by ESPN's Pat McAfee if he believed this was still the case. Without hesitation, Allen replied, "I’d like to believe so," further confirming, "And by I like to believe so is yes."
When the team inquired if he could deliver an 85-yard pass, Allen suggested it might be feasible in high-altitude environments, similar to Laramie, Wyo. - his college town.
Back in December, Allen was officially recognized as the NFL's strongest-armed quarterback by ESPN's Matt Bowen. Bowen based his judgment on Allen's skill to distribute the ball across various levels on the pitch. As of December 20, Allen had successfully completed 11 passes of a minimum of 25 air yards.