To say the least, it has been a great year for the Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen. So good, it has been a record-breaking year.

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Of course, when you are playing so well, chances are you will be setting records too. That is exactly what Josh Allen did this year.

According to ESPN, Josh Allen has set Buffalo Bills single-season records for passing yards in a season with 4,544 yards, touchdown passes with 37, and completions with 396.

Allen wasn't the only Buffalo Bill to set franchise records this year as well. Stefon Diggs set Bills records for catches 127 and receiving yards with 1,535. Both those numbers led the NFL this season making it the first time a Buffalo Bills receiver led the NFL in those categories.

Even rookie kicker Tyler Bass got in the record-setting mood yesterday against the Dolphins. Bass finished the season with 141 points setting the record for most points scored in a season by a player. The old record of 140 points was held by Steve Christie.

The Bills clinched the #2 seed in the AFC and will host the Colts this Saturday to kick off the NFL playoff weekend.

 

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