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The time to add Buffalo Bills quarterback

Josh Allen in fantasy football is now Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen was impressive on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. He completed 15-of-22 passes (68%) for 196 yards and 1 touchdown. He added 10 rushing attempts for 39 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Bills went to Minnesota and dismantled a team that has Super Bowl aspirations.With all of the positives [url=]Youth Darryl Johnson Jersey[/url] , it’s clear that Allen’s future is bright in Buffalo. Does that mean you should buy in and add him to your fantasy football roster?In short, yes. Yes you should.Allen scored 27.74 fantasy points last week in a game where his offense had essentially shut it down after halftime. He has proven that he will be able to earn points with his arm as well as his legs. His total last week was good for fifth among all quarterbacks in Week three. He is also the Bills’ leading fantasy point scorer on the year, totaling 48.3 points so far. That leaves him twentieth among quarterbacks in fantasy scoring.While being twentieth isn’t much to brag about, the percentage of leagues with Allen on the roster doesn’t match his overall performance. Allen is available in 97% of Yahoo! fantasy leagues. Here is a list of quarterbacks who are current starters for their team, have fewer points than Allen, and are rostered at a higher percentage than Allen is:Andrew Luck (47.68 points; 86% rostered)Tom Brady (47.16 points; 100% rostered)Case Keenum (44.3 points; 27% rostered)Eli Manning (41.5 points; 18% rostered)Derek Carr (40.34 points; 38% rostered)Mitchell Trubisky (37.04 points; 15% rostered)Sam Darnold (35.04 points; 10% rostered)Dak Prescott (34.42 points; 45% rostered)Note that I’ve intentionally left off two quarterbacks who have missed time due to injury (Marcus Mariota and Carson Wentz) who both appear on a greater percentages of rosters than Allen currently does. Also note that all of those quarterbacks have played three whole games, whereas Allen did not play for the first 40 minutes of the season opener against the Baltimore Ravens.Should you drop Tom Brady and pick up Allen? Absolutely not. Is Allen going to finish the year as a top-five quarterback in fantasy scoring? Probably not. Is Allen a better option than quite a few players who are on more fantasy roster than he is currently? Absolutely.There are three teams changing quarterbacks right now, so the waiver wire will be hot for quarterbacks this week. The Arizona Cardinals are moving on from Sam Bradford, electing to start their own first-round draft choice, Josh Rosen. The Cleveland Browns are benching Tyrod Taylor for Baker Mayfield, the number one overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. The San Francisco 49ers just lost Jimmy Garoppolo to an ACL tear [url=]Womens Darryl Johnson Jersey[/url] , meaning that C.J. Beathard will start for the foreseeable future.The fourth week of the season also means that bye weeks are coming. Only two teams (the Washington Redskins and the Carolina Panthers) are off this week, but that means that Cam Newton and Alex Smith need to be replaced, if only temporarily. As far as bye week replacements go, Allen’s ceiling is definitely worth the risk.There will be growing pains with Allen, just as there will be with any rookie quarterback. After all, Allen was considered to be one of the most raw of the quarterback prospects coming out of college this year. There may be a dud here or there, especially given the dearth of solid receiving weapons on Buffalo’s roster. He did just put up a 28-point performance, however, with a supporting cast of Chris Ivory, Zay Jones, Kelvin Benjamin (who has just been dreadful so far) [url=]Authentic Darryl Johnson Jersey[/url] , Andre Holmes, Charles Clay, and Jason Croom. On Sunday, Allen elevated his supporting cast. There’s no reason why he can’t do it again.If your league is a two-quarterback league or one in which a superflex position is used, then Allen is not only a must-add, but a must-start. If your league is more traditional, there is still no need to wait. The time is now to add Buffalo’s rookie quarterback. Jordan Phillips‘ eagerness to get the last word backfired on the Buffalo Bills.The animated defensive tackle drew a costly penalty for taunting his former team, setting up a touchdown with nine minutes left that helped the Miami Dolphins rally past Buffalo 21-17 on Sunday.Miami turned away two Bills drives down the stretch, and Charles Clay made a diving try but failed to catch Josh Allen’s desperation fourth-down pass at the goal line in the final minute.“This one hurts a lot,” Allen said.The rookie quarterback threw for 231 yards and ran for 135 to set a franchise record for rushing yards by a quarterback for the second week in a row. Miami won despite being outgained 415-175.“It beats the heck out of the alternative,” said Miami’s Ryan Tannehill [url=]Darryl Johnson Jersey Boys[/url] , who threw three touchdown passes .The Dolphins (6-6) snapped a two-game losing streak and won for only the third time since Week 3, helping their slim playoff chances. The Bills (4-8) will play their customary role of spoilers in the final weeks, assured of finishing at .500 or worse for the 16th time in the past 19 years.Phillips had said he was eager to settle old scores with the Dolphins after they released him in Week 5, and Miami was trying to rally from a three-point deficit when he tackled Kenyan Drake for a 4-yard loss deep in Bills territory.Phillips rose, pushed Drake’s leg away and drew a 15-yard penalty for taunting.When asked to describe the call, Phillips said, “Borderline is very generous. … I hit someone’s foot, and that’s an unsportsmanlike conduct? OK.”Bills coach Sean McDermott tempered his critique of Phillips’ penalty.“He’s playing emotional football,” McDermott said. “He made a great play in the backfield, but at the same time, you can’t beat yourself. If that’s how they’re going to call it [url=]Infant Darryl Johnson Jersey[/url] , that’s how they’re going to call it, and we have to play smarter than that.”On the play after the infraction, the Bills stopped Miami for another loss, and Phillips directed showy applause toward the Miami bench. Bills coaches then took him out of the game, and he watched from the sideline as Tannehill hit Kenny Stills with a 13-yard scoring pass for a 21-17 lead.Allen then drove the Bills to the Miami 23 before he was sacked on consecutive plays, and Stephen Hauschka missed a 55-yard field goal attempt.The Bills drove 65 yards in the final 2 1/2 minutes but again came up short 鈥?literally. A completion to Zay Jones at the 6 was overturned by a replay review. Allen’s final pass was off-balance, wobbly and underthrown, but Clay said he should have made the grab.“I just didn’t come down with it,” Clay said. “You’ve just got to catch it. I feel like I let everybody down.”Allen threw touchdown passes of 15 and 25 yards to Jones, and the duo also connected on a 2-point conversion. But Allen was intercepted twice by Xavien Howard and twice missed open receivers for potential scores.A muffed punt by the Bills’ Isaiah McKenzie led to the Dolphins’ second touchdown, which put them ahead 14-6.FIERY BILLSAfter the game [url=]Darryl Johnson Jersey Draft[/url] , Phillips walked toward the Miami sideline and traded hugs with many of his former teammates.Meanwhile, Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes confronted an official in the tunnel near the locker room. Hughes accused the official of calling him a vulgar name.“I’ll catch you. I’ll catch you, guaranteed,” Hughes shouted, waving his index finger, as he was pulled away by Bills officials.Hughes later declined to elaborate on the reason for his anger.“I was angry?” he said. “I lost the game, so I am supposed to be angry.”INJURY REPORTBills C Russell Bodine left in the first quarter with a left leg injury and did not return.Dolphins reserve CB Cornell Armstrong left with a knee injury.UP NEXTThe Dolphins play host to AFC East New England on Sunday. The Patriots won the earlier meeting 38-7 in Week 4.The Bills play at home Sunday against the New York Jets, who lost an earlier meeting 41-10 in Week 10.