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Selections in the first round just a year ago, second-season sensations Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen will run into history when they lead the Ravens and Bills into Sunday’s much-ballyhooed collision.
With their fleet feet having carried them to much success, Jackson’s 977 rushing yards and Allen’s 430 combine for a tally of 1,407 — the most all-time between two opposing quarterbacks entering a game.
It’s a new dawn and a new Sunday with dual threats such like Jackson, Allen, Kyler Murray and others leading the way.
“It’s just an extra thing that defenses have to worry about,” Allen told the media on Wednesday of dual-threat QBs.
Both quarterbacks have bettered themselves drastically in the passing game, with Jackson’s plus-25.1 increase in passer rating and Allen’s plus-20.4 ranking first and third in terms of largest increases from last season to this, per NF
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