Allen spearheaded an unforgettable offensive performance by the Bills against the Patriots, one in which the team set a new postseason record with seven touchdown drives in their first seven possessions. The fourth-year signal-caller capped off five of them with touchdown tosses to Dawson Knox (twice), Emmanuel Sanders, Gabriel Davis and Tommy Doyle, and he became the third player in the Super Bowl era with at least 150 passing yards and 50 rushing yards in a single half of a playoff game. Allen's 84% completion rate on the night also qualified as the highest by a quarterback with 25 or more attempts in a playoff game since Aaron Rodgers' 86.1% figure in a 2010 divisional-round game. With this momentous, confidence-building performance under his belt, Allen heads into the divisional round with an abundance of momentum.
The BetQL Model is projecting him to throw for 300 yards, two touchdowns and an interception while he is also projected to amass 25 yards on the ground.
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The odds on Diggs not being on the receiving end of at least one score on a night when Allen tossed five touchdowns were probably remote, but that's exactly what transpired in the blowout victory against New England. The multi-time Pro Bowler did check in tied for second in receptions and as the runner-up in receiving yards behind Dawson Knox, but the fact Allen spread the wealth around and Buffalo also wasn't forced to pass much in the second half capped Diggs' fantasy contributions overall. The 28-year-old will have a chance to boost his production in a divisional-round battle versus the Chiefs.
The BetQL Model is projecting him to catch seven passes for 110 yards and a touchdown.
Allen stole the show with 374 total yards and five scores in the blowout win last week, but Singletary capped off the other two of Buffalo's record-setting seven consecutive touchdown drives with a pair of visits to the end zone of his own. The third-year pro averaged an impressive 5.1 yards per carry, and his second scoring jaunt, a 16-yarder late in the second quarter, served as his longest run of the night. Singletary has proven to be an ideal complementary component to Allen's work through the air and has proven capable of handling a true lead-back workload with double-digit carries in five consecutive games going back to Week 15.
The 24-year-old should play another key role against the Chiefs and BetQL is projecting him to take 12 carries for 45 yards on the ground.