Patriots coach Bill Belichick will likely work with Bills quarterback Josh Allen for the rest of Belich’s career in New England. And every time the two teams prepare to play each other, Allen will now get an extra boost of inspiration.
During last night’s broadcast, ESPN’s Brian Grays stated at least twice that Bellich is not on board with Allen’s concept as the MVP candidate.
“Talking with him this week, He didn’t buy in josh allen mania, ”Greshe said via Ben Wolin during the pregame show Boston globe. “They said, ‘You know what? When we played in November, we really defended quite well against Josh Allen.'”
After discussing Allen’s less impressive numbers during the season’s first Patriots-Bills game, before the start of the second half, Griese said, “Bill Belichick told us this week not to buy into Josh. Allen’s MVP craze, because He didn’t see it in that first game. He said, “We took care of them in that game, but tonight is a different story.”
After the game, reporters asked Bellich about his production-meeting exchange with the ESPN crew.
“Yes, I don’t know what they said,” Belichick said. “I’m on record on that.”
This last section seems to be a sign of reality that much of what was said at NFL production meetings is considered on record. Certainly, if Belichick was expressing the impression that he is not solely on the Josh Allen bandwagon during a production meeting, Belichick would not like to share it with the rest of the world.
A reporter responded, “They said you said you weren’t buying in Josh Allen MVP a few times.” “Do you have a fair explanation of what they said?”
“I said many times that Josh Allen is a good football player, he plays well, and he is having a good year,” Belichick said.
Alan is one great The year came to an end with last night’s 27-for-36 performance, which produced 320 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. For the season, he has completed 69.1 percent of his throws (so much for accuracy issues), 4,320 yards, 7.9 yards per attempt, 34 touchdown passes, nine interceptions and a passer rating of 106.4.
And now the Patriots, after managing consecutive years of bills, can settle into a very different reality. Especially if Allen would be constantly reminded of Belichick’s opinion, as every Patriot thinks of the game in the future.
Then again, Allen won’t need much motivation when facing the Patriots.
“I know the game,” Allen said of his division rivalry with New England. “This, if they didn’t want to accept it, meant a lot to both sides and is very proud of the line.”
The Bill defeated the Patriot 38-9 with all the pride and everything else. Ellen and Biles will have the opportunity to do this, twice per year, for as many years as possible.