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Joshua  Patrick Allen is a QB who currently plays for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League (NFL).

After a successful college football career at Wyoming, where he was named most valuable player of a bowl game, the Bills selected him seventh overall in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Allen had a breakout season in 2020, following two years of poor play, when he led the Bills to their first division title and playoff triumph since 1995, en route to an appearance in the AFC Championship Game.

Josh Allen
Josh Allen

This was Allen’s first trip to the AFC Championship Game. In addition to this, he was selected for the Pro Bowl and the All-Pro second team, and he established new franchise marks for the Bills in terms of throwing yards and touchdowns in a single season.

Allen was the first quarterback in NFL history to have a touchdown-scoring drive on every offensive possession of a game. He did this while leading the Bills to their first division title since the franchise’s inception in 1991. The following season, Allen led the Bills to their second consecutive division title.

Did Josh Allen make the Pro Bowl?

Josh Allen, the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills was named to the 2021 Pro Bowl which was held virtually as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic but never made it to the 2022 Pro Bowl.

He was instead designated as an alternate for the contest. As anticipated, Allen received an invitation to participate in the All-Star game.

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