Former University of Wyoming quarterback and current Buffalo Bills phenom, Josh Allen, was recently doing an interview for 'Radio Row' as part of the festivities leading up to Super Bowl weekend. However, one interview in particular decided to have a little too much fun at Allen's expense. Based on the reactions to said interview, there's more than a few people in Buffalo, and likely in the Wyoming chapter of the Bills Mafia that are not too pleased.
Just last NFL season, Josh Allen put together the best of his first three years in the league and finished in the top three in the NFL MVP race. During Sunday night's display against the mighty Kansas City Chiefs, the former Wyoming Cowboys quarterback went off and showed why he currently is at the top of the list of MVP candidates in the NFL
We all know what Josh Allen brings to the table as a quarterback. The former Wyoming Cowboys phenom, now in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills is among the best in the league at his position. But don't ever be surprised just how good he can be with his fans, or how good they can be with each other.
The former Wyoming Cowboys quarterback phenom has been making waves at the start of the NFL season. First, Josh Allen and his favorite all-pro wide receiver, Stefon Diggs, been named the top quarterback/wide receiver combo to enter the NFL season, then Allen has the top-selling NFL jersey in the NFL to start this year's campaign, and now, Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs grace the cover of the latest issue of 'Sports Illustrated'.
The former Wyoming Cowboys quarterback phenomenon has accomplished another feat! Except his fans did it for him. Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has the top selling NFL jersey in the league as we enter the 2021 season.
Thanks to the incredible collegiate career of Josh Allen in Wyoming, the Cowboy State, or at least a good portion of it is now becoming 'Bills Country' (no offense, Denver Broncos fans). And as Allen is entering just his fourth year in the league, the superstar has been named as one-half of the coveted top quarterback/wide receiver duo in the NFL to enter the 2021 season.
What happens when a University of Wyoming player is done with their collegiate career? Well, if they're good enough to get into the NFL, it seems that they automatically wind up on the Buffalo Bills, which is a pretty awesome thing these days. The Buffalo Bills are slowly but surely turning into a Wyoming Cowboys alumni team.