Josh Allen showcased an impressive performance for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
He scored his second rushing touchdown of the season, tying his career-high from 2019.
Allen's 16-yard rushing touchdown capped a 70-yard drive, responding to a narrowing lead by the Philadelphia Eagles.
With a total of nine rushing touchdowns this season, Allen demonstrated his dual-threat capability.
His touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs, caught in a tight spot, contributed to the Bills' 17-7 halftime lead.
Allen completed 19 of 32 passes in the first half, marking a career-high in attempts for that period.
This game marked Allen's eighth of the season with both a passing and rushing touchdown.
He is one game away from tying the NFL record for the most such games in a season.
Despite facing 10 penalties, the Bills maintained their lead, showcasing resilience against the Eagles.
Allen's performance highlighted a significant shift in the Bills' offensive dynamic, emphasizing both passing and rushing prowess.