It wasn’t his best performance, but Josh Allen found a way to make NFL history Saturday against the Chicago Bears.
Allen completed only 15 of 26 passes for 172 yards in the Buffalo Bills’ 35-13 win, but threw for two touchdowns and ran for another. In doing so, Allen overtook former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino for most total touchdowns in his five first seasons in the NFL. Marino has held this record since his 1987.
The actual record was broken with Allen’s first quarter touchdown pass to Gabriel Davis.
Even on a day when Allen threw two interceptions in extremely cold and windy temperatures, the quarterback found his way into the record books.
Allen has 174 total touchdowns and is in his fifth NFL season with two regular season games left.
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