UPDATE: We did it, boys! We got the Josh Allen ceiling game we were craving for weeks now. The Buffalo Bills QB put on a show, albeit against the last-place Dolphins in Miami. Allen finished with 256 yards passing and three TDs, plus 56 yards on the ground with another TD. It was his first fantasy point output over 30 points all season, finishing with 33.84 on the day. John Brown was the proper stack partner, finishing with nine catches for 137 yards and two scores for 37.7 FPTS.
UPDATE: It’s been a duel all day between Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson for the top QB scoring spot on the Week 11 slate. For now, Allen is in the lead at 17.24 compared to 26.96 for Jackson, though that lead may not last long. He is up to 201 passing yards with the two TDs but scored a rushing TD and is up to five carries for 52 yards vs. the Dolphins.
UPDATE: Allen has been overtaken on the ground by Singletary, but the QB just threw another TD, this time to tight end Dawson Knox. Allen is up to 163 yards passing with two TDs on 12-of-19 completions vs. the Dolphins. Allen is up to 18.92 fantasy points and we aren’t even at halftime.
We’ve been waiting a while for a Josh Allen ($6,600) ceiling game and so far, so good in Week 11 vs. the Miami Dolphins. The Buffalo Bills QB has 124 passing yards and a TD to go with 42 yards on the ground halfway through the second quarter of Sunday’s game. Allen is currently second in QB scoring behind Drew Brees with 12.76 in Miami. Allen has connected with wide receiver John Brown ($6,400) for four receptions on six targets for 80 yards and a TD. Cole Beasley ($4,700) has also been involved with two catches for 11 yards early on. RB Devin Singletary ($6,000) has 37 yards on eight carries, though Allen is the leading rusher for Buffalo so far.
We’ll keep an eye on Allen’s stats throughout the game.