QB Allen’s unforced errors cloud Bills’ 3-0 start

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Josh Allen vows he’s going to be more responsible with the football. And this time the Buffalo Bills‘ second-year quarterback says he really, really means it.
Allen was once again apologizing for an interception off an ill-advised pass which nearly cost the Bills a chance to get off to their first 3-0 start since 2011. They managed a 21-17 victory over winless Cincinnati on Sunday.
“I know it has happened a couple of times, but it’s just one of those things that it’s got to be put through my head it can’t happen,” Allen said. “I’ve learned from it. And I can truly say that it’s not going to happen again.”

The Bills might not have squandered a 14-0 third-quarter lead and gotten in a position to have to overcome a three-point deficit in the final minutes if not for Allen’s momentum-turning unforced error. Pedaling backward to avoid being sacked, Allen’s awkward, off-balance pass intended for Cole Beasley was easily picked off by Darius Phillips.
Three plays later, Andy Dalton scored, sparking a Bengals surge of putting up 17 points over three consecutive possessions.
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