Bills QB Josh Allen’s ‘Elite’ Dance Moves Video Goes Viral


Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen #17 flexes as teammates enter the field before the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on January 23, 2022.

While there’s no doubt that Buffalo Bills star Josh Allen is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, the jury is still out on his dance moves.

Allen was clearly enjoying himself during the final week of OTAs (Organized Team Activities) on Tuesday, June 5, and in between throws he let loose with a brief dance break. Official Bills Twitter account released a clip 26-year-old dance star, as did the team’s official Instagram account, and the video quickly went viral, racking up hundreds of thousands of views.

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The reaction from fans, analysts and Allen’s teammates has been hilarious. Fox Sports NFL Account tweeted“It’s a thumbs up at the end for us 😂,” while Bills comeback specialist Taiwan Jones simply commented on Instagram, “😂😂😂.”

While many fans compared Allen’s dance moves to “The Carlton,” most Bills Mafia members love the quarterback too much to really criticize him. “When you play like Josh Allen, every dance move is elitist 🕺🏾”, a fan tweetedwhile a woman wrote, “How can that not make you smile?” Seeing this guy love life makes me happy, I’m happy for him.

A fan offered Allen advice on the Bills’ Instagram post. He commented, “I love it but PLEASE get Diggs to work on some dance moves for QB1!”

Allen Thew with “Picture Perfect” precision in practice

Aside from the fun dance breaks, Allen looked amazing in practice, according to The Athletic’s Joe Buscaglia. While the former No. 7 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft “graduated well beyond extremely outstanding excellent training,” Buscaglia noted, he looked “excellent at the same time. during 7 on 7 and team drills”.

“On one of his first competitive pitches, Allen threw a deep lane to second-year receiver Marquez Stevenson on the sideline. Stevenson was in full coverage, and the accuracy of play was perfect in the way Allen placed it just past cornerback Kaiir Elam and over Stevenson’s shoulder,” Buscaglia wrote.

He “was accurate and put his receivers in position for yards after the catch. Rather than settling for the lower lanes, he steadily worked his way into the mid-to-deep throws and found his top targets no matter the cover.

Based on Buscaglia’s report, it looks like Allen is doing exactly what he said he wanted to do for the 2022 NFL season, which is improving his ball-setting technique.

“I think, me mostly, making sure I’m on time, getting the right reads and giving our guys enough good balls to get more [yards after the catch]Allen told Ryan Talbot for an April 21 article on

“It’s one thing I think, on offense, the run after reception wasn’t very high last year. But again, it’s me getting the ball where it needs to be and getting our guys catching in good position to make a run after the catch.

Allen is “MVP material, there’s no doubt about it”

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GettyBuffalo Bills’ Josh Allen #17 scrambles against the New York Jets during the first quarter at Highmark Stadium on January 09, 2022.

Heading into the 2022 NFL season, Dalton Miller of Pro Football Network ranked Allen as the No. 2 quarterback in the league, just behind Kansas City Chiefs starter Patrick Mahomes.

“The scariest part about Allen is that he’s not done progressing as a passer yet,” Dalton surmised. “There are still days when things don’t always click. That means he hasn’t reached his ceiling yet, which, as Michael Jordan would poetically put it, “is the roof.” Could Allen pass Mahomes on this list of the best NFL quarterbacks by the end of 2022?

CBS Sports’ Cody Benjamin ranked Allen the second-best quarterback in the AFC, once again, just behind Mahomes, while noting that the Bills quarterback is “MVP material, there’s no doubt about it. “.

Benjamin wrote, “His rapid rise has been so remarkable that it will be disappointing to Buffalo if his Bills don’t reach a Super Bowl in a year or two.”

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