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Summary from the Final Week of Camp
Josh Allen got the start and looked great while playing the entire first half in a commanding win over the Packers on Saturday. The Packers' defense rested most of their starters and offered very little resistance as Allen picked them apart while moving the ball at will. He completed 10-of-11 passes on the opening drive and capped it off with a 31-yard touchdown pass to Gabriel Davis. Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll remained aggressive and didn’t run the ball until the 17th snap, after running just twice on their first 21 plays against the Bears. Allen added another touchdown pass in the second quarter to running back Zack Moss and demonstrated that he’s likely headed for another tremendous season if he can stay healthy. Backup Mitch Trubisky had the night off except for one play, which gave the team an extended look at Jake Fromm in the second half. He scored a touchdown on a 13-yard run but otherwise looked unimpressive before giving way to Davis Webb late in the fourth quarter.
Devin Singletary got another preseason start this week, but his only two touches came on receptions as the Bills relied heavily on the passing attack. Zack Moss and Matt Breida also mixed in with the starters and looked good, including a short touchdown catch by Moss and a 16-yard run by Breida. The Bills want to be aggressive and throw the ball early and often, but they have a versatile, deep running back group. Singletary comes into the regular season with momentum but expect a timeshare that relies on the hot hand week to week.
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