Bills quarterback Josh Allen missed Super Bowl week this year, dropping attendance fees after his team was ousted in the divisional round.
He was there but didn’t win.
“You don’t want to fall into the same rut, don’t make it and go and hang out there,” Allen said of Kyle Brandt’s Basement. “Putting attention on the wrong thing, I guess you could say. Been there, done that. There are some good money-making opportunities there, but they’re at the point where I’d rather play than get the profits.
Allen made two Pro Bowls in five seasons. He has 52 regular season wins and four in the postseason. He hasn’t been good enough with playoff losses to Deshaun Watson, Patrick Mahomes twice and now Joe Burrow this season.
Mahomes has won two Super Bowls in the last four seasons. Allen is still missing.
“You look at him statistically and what he’s been able to do in his first four, five, six years in this league, you know, he’s like no one,” Allen said of Mahomes. “I am the mantra of what you want to be and how you have to do it. Because, again, they’re consistently in the AFC Championship Game; he has now been to three Super Bowls. I have to find ways. It’s a copycat league. You have to find a way to be like them.
Allen said “to be the best, you have to beat the best.” The Bills are 2-1 against the Chiefs in the regular season with Allen as the starting quarterback, but 0-2 in the postseason.
Josh Allen: Bosses are the mantra of what you want to be and how you need to do it originally appeared on Pro Football Talk