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“It Takes a Village”: The Lessons Behind Josh Allen’s Rapid Rise

In the first quarter of Buffalo’s wild-card win against Indianapolis—the first Bills playoff win since 1995—quarterback Josh Allen dropped back to throw, but couldn’t get his feet set before receiver Stefon Diggs got open downfield. With, seemingly, the flick of his wrist, Allen still tossed the ball 36 yards down the middle of the field into Diggs’s outstretched arms. . @JoshAllenQB threw this like he was playing catch in the backyard. #BillsMafiapic. twitter.

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