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No quarterback decision yet in Buffalo If Sean McDermott knows who

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Bills Links Josh Allen Jersey , 9/11: will start at quarterback for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, he is not sharing that information yet. The Bills head coach is still evaluating the performance against the Baltimore Ravens before making his decision. Whether he selects Nathan Peterman or Josh Allen, the quarterback will be expected to improve upon a horrible performance by the team’s offense from Sunday. This news and more is available below in today’s edition of the Bills Links.McDermott preaches patience as he mulls Bills quarterback decision – The Buffalo NewsCoach Sean McDermott said he had yet to make a decision and was still doing evaluations. He said he was still going through it.McDermott: "You cannot give up those points and win a football game" | WGR 550 SportsRadioThe Bills head coach joined Schopp & the Bulldog after his media session at 4:00 p.m.Williams: "We have to go through and try to correct the mistakes" | WGR 550 SportsRadioThe Bills' defensive tackle joined Schopp & the Bulldog to discuss Week 1 and beyond6 up, 6 down: Highest and lowest Buffalo Bills Week 1 grades from Pro Football Focus | NewYorkUpstate.comThere were a few surprises among the Bills' highest and lowest graded players from Pro Football Focus.Report: Bills release Adolphus Washington | WGR 550 SportsRadioWashington was a 3rd round pick in 2016Bills Today: Josh Allen keeping his focus on preparation, staying ready - BuffaloBills.com"Rookie quarterback Josh Allen wasn’t supposed to see the field at all in the Buffalo Bills’ 2018 regular season opener."NFL Week 2 odds, over/under: Bills are sizable home underdog to Chargers | NewYorkUpstate.comPoint spreads for next week's games in the NFL.How a flashback to last season can help the Bills flush the worst opening-day loss in franchise history – The AthleticThe Bills put up historically bad numbers Sunday, yet they need to look back only to last season for proof of how to recover. (Subscription required.)Featured on Buffalo RumblingsWhat can we even learn from a Week 1 blowout, where Buffalo Bills were awful in all three phases? - Buffalo RumblingsBueller?Buffalo Bills should bench Nathan Peterman, begin Josh Allen era against Los Angeles Chargers - Buffalo RumblingsWhen the Buffalo Bills host the Los Angeles Chargers, it should be Josh Allen under center.Buffalo Bills’ coach Sean McDermott doesn't name the starter for week two - Buffalo RumblingsTypical answer from Sean McDermott.Buffalo Bills’ offensive line crumbles against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals was felt by many to be the beginning of the Josh Allen era for the Buffalo Bills. By the time halftime rolled around, Bills fans were left hoping the middle and end of the Josh Allen era will be much better than the starting line. Five sacks, not a whole lot of yards, and zero scores prompts the question, “what the hell happened?” The offensive line was a major talking point. How much of the burden do they bear? To find out, we timed every passing down where the snap to pressure (or pass) could be accurately recorded. If a pass was thrown without pressure, the timer ended at release. For a pressure, the timer ended when a defender was close enough to impact the play. Typically Authentic Tremaine Edmunds Jersey , this was either at about one arm’s length of Josh Allen, or in the case of a designed roll-out when the defender occupied a space that would have flushed Allen had he not already been running. Play 1This illustrates that last concept. The timer ends at about 1.5 seconds when the defender is clearly in the backfield. Traditionally this isn’t a pressure, but for this article I wanted to identify “failures.” This is very much a failure on the part of Jordan Mills. Play 2There were 16 passing plays/sacks where the snap to “end” was able to be recorded. On only two of those snaps did Josh Allen have a clean pocket. Even on those two throws, he never made it to three seconds of pass protection. If it makes you feel better (it helped me some), Allen delivered the ball accurately on both. Play 3At the magic two-second mark, Josh Allen is staring at two orange and black helmets. He uses a little reset motion (not quite a full pump fake), which slows the defenders and possibly helps avoid a batted pass. Marshall Newhouse and Ryan Groy allowed the most pressures by my count. Jordan Mills, John Miller and Vlad Ducasse didn’t exactly have a stellar night, though. In 16 passes, none of these players allowed less than two pressures/failures as I’ve defined them above. Play 4The players can’t shoulder all of the blame, however. Sean McDermott indicated he was testing out different combinations along the offensive line. Ideally, a game should consist of one five-man lineup on the line. Multiple tweaks throughout the first half didn’t help them find a rhythm. Play 5This is one of those two clean pockets mentioned above. So, how bad was the line? On the recorded 16 snaps, the line averaged about 2.1 seconds of successful protection. Their best pocket of the night is the one right above this paragraph. Three snaps saw pressure in 1.5 seconds or less. The worst performance of the night saw pressure at roughly 1.25 seconds. With the regular season rapidly approaching, fans are right to be worried about the state of the offensive line.

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