Josh Allen
Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll likes what he sees from his Quarterback, Josh Allen in OTA’s (Matthew Healey/UPI)

Year 2 is often a big make or break season for quarterbacks. Does player x figure it out and take the leap to becoming the face of a franchise? That’s the question everyone is asking when it pertains to Josh Allen. Some Sundays, Allen looked like a superstar. Other Sundays, Allen looked like a worse version of Blake Bortles. Which guy are we getting long term?

Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll likes what he sees thus far from the former first round pick:

“He’s had a good offseason in Phase One and Phase Two,” Daboll said, via the Buffalo News. “And these first couple days [of the current OTA session], we’ve put him in a lot of different situations. We’ve done red zone already, we’ve done two-minute, we’ve done third down, we’ve done first down, we’ve done start of the game. … He’s grown mentally, physically, off the field, on the field, as a leader. And again, it’s a short time, we’ve only had [two] OTAs.”

Allen threw 10 touchdowns and 12 picks as a rookie. While concerning, it’s not something to get worked up over yet. The more concerning number is 52 percent. That cannot happen. There are 3 types of quarterbacks. 1: Throw it through the door. 2: Hit the doorknob. 3: Throw it through the keyhole. Allen is definitely the first one. He needs to become the third one. The only issue is can you fix accuracy? We are about to find out.

The Bills actually have playoff potential if things go right for them in 2019. Allen needs to take the next step. On the defensive side, Buffalo has some talent with Lorenzo Alexander, Ed Oliver, Jerry Hughes, Micah Hyde, and Tre’Davious White.