Josh Allen's Fantasy Football Dominance: Here's why he'll score big in Week 14

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3.) The offense has come alive in last two games under Joe Brady

When the Bills made the change from Ken Dorsey to Joe Brady, there was a shift for the better. From Week 5 until Week 10, the Bills’ offense was vanilla and predictable. They had questionable play calling and Dorsey took in a lot of criticism and there was an outburst for accountability with the offensive struggles. In that stretch, the Bills lost 4 out of 6 games and the offense scored no more than 25 points (and ended up losing 29-25 to a Mac Jones-led Patriots team). 

Once Brady was promoted to calling the plays, the last two games for the Bills against the Jets and Eagles have been exciting on the offensive side of the ball. They have scored 66 total points and have averaged 449 yards of offense in those two games.

Even though they lost against the Eagles, it was not because of the offense. Allen would end up scoring over 60 fantasy points, after scoring just 45 fantasy points the week prior. This week, Allen takes on a Chiefs’ defense that is not the worst but is certainly not the best.