Joshua Patrick Allen is an American football quarterback for the Buffalo Bills. Check out Josh allen stats in snow games.

Josh Allen : Stats in snow games | Jerry Sullivan

Allen attended Reedley College, a junior college where one of the football assistant coaches at the time was married to Allen’s cousin.

Josh Allen : Stats in snow games | Jerry Sullivan

In his only season with Reedley College, Allen led an offense that averaged 452.2 yards of total offense per game to rank No. 9 among all California junior-college teams in total offense.

Reedley averaged 285.3 passing yards per game to rank No. 7 among all California junior colleges, scored 39.4 points per game to rank No. 10 in the state, and averaged 166.9 yards rushing to rank 26th.

Individually, Allen’s 26 touchdown passes tied him for No. 7 among all California junior-college quarterbacks in 2014.

He also ranked 20th among California JUCO quarterbacks in passing yards as a freshman, and ranked 42nd in the state in rushing, averaging 66.0 yards per game.

Josh Allen stats in snow games

The current forecast for Orchard Park, N.Y. on Saturday night calls for a temperature of zero (!) degrees around kickoff for the New England Patriots’ AFC Wild Card Round matchup with the Bills at Highmark Stadium.

Josh Allen : Stats in snow games | Jerry Sullivan

While the region should avoid the gale-force winds that essentially negated the Patriots’ passing game when these teams met in Week 13, it’s looking like the coldest game by far that both teams will play this season.

Buffalo relies heavily on its passing attack (fifth in the NFL with 655 pass attempts this season), so if the cold weather is an issue for Allen, then it could level the playing field a bit. And that very well could be the case.

Allen has played in five career games with a game-time temperature of 32 degrees or below, per NBC Sports Edge.

The talented QB boasted a 63.3% completion rate this season while averaging 259.2 passing yards per game.

But in cold-weather games, those numbers drop to a 50.3% completion rate and just 166.6 yards per game with six touchdown passes to seven interceptions in five games.

The caveat, of course, is that Allen can beat you with his legs too. He rushed for 81 yards and two touchdowns in Buffalo’s snowy Week 17 win over the Atlanta Falcons, and the Bills went 3-2 in the five games above thanks in part to Allen’s running ability.

Josh Allen : Stats in snow games | Jerry Sullivan

But Allen is most dangerous when he’s dialed in as a passer as well: The Bills were 5-1 this season when Allen threw at least three touchdown passes.

Allen has yet to deliver a monster game in cold weather, and if that’s the case again Saturday night, perhaps the Patriots can focus a little more on containing him as a rusher to give themselves a fighting chance.

Jerry Sullivan 

Quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills’ offense made several mistakes, of which only some could be blamed on the freezing rain pouring down at Highmark Stadium.

The Jets’ defense, even after losing superstar defensive tackle Quinnen Williams to a calf injury, kept Allen to just 147 passing yards, a new season low.

His No. 1 wide receiver, Stefon Diggs, caught just three passes for 37 yards, season-lows for him, too.

WGR 550‘s Sal Capaccio tweeted, “Today was just the first time since 2018 and only the third time since 2009 the Bills won a game with 232 yards or less of offense. Both of the others were one point wins against the Titans (13-12 at home in 2018 and 14-13 at Tennessee in 2015).”

Josh Allen : Stats in snow games | Jerry Sullivan

Overall, the Bills’ win over the Jets was ugly and Allen knew it. “We’re just trying to win games no matter how it happens,” Allen said during the postgame press conference, which prompted WIVB Channel 4 reporter Jerry Sullivan to say, “It doesn’t look like an offense that’s good enough to win a Super Bowl right now.”

“Okay,” Allen said in response. And that was it.

Based on Allen’s body language, and the tone of his voice, it appeared that the 26-year-old superstar was having a very different response internally, but kept it inside. A video of the interaction quickly went viral on Twitter as fans and analysts had strongly mixed reactions to Sullivan’s statement.

While PR News editor Nicole Schuman tweeted, “I mean, Jerry is also not wrong,” a Buffalo Rumblings contributor wrote, “Jerry is very wrong. We just beat the 6th ranked defense. We aren’t gonna put up 50 on everyone.”

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