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Friday, September 29, 3:25 PM
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen didn't need to do much in last Sunday's 37-3 rout of the Washington Commanders, but that's likely to change in Week 4 versus the Miami Dolphins. The 27-year-old aims to pick apart Dolphins defensive coordinator Vic Fangio's zone-heavy defense, which may not activate Allen's lacking rushing opportunity thus far. Allen has electrified against the Fins in 10 career games, boasting a 106.1 passer rating and 27:5 TD:INT with 55.4 rushing yards per game. Buffalo hasn't played at a high pace yet this year, but that could change in a hurry if they want to keep up with Miami's furious offense. Allen does rank first in interceptable passes (10), per PlayerProfiler, so he carries plenty of weekly turnover risk. Still, we should feel pretty good about the two-time Pro Bowler as a top-line QB1 in a game with the slate's highest implied point total by far.