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Bills Links White Micah Hyde Jersey , 8/26: Josh Allen and the Bills welcome the Bengals to Buffalo The Buffalo Bills host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at New Era Field, in one of the most anticipated preseason games in recent memory. All of the attention will be on Josh Allen, the rookie quarterback getting his first start in Buffalo, in what many consider a chance for him to solidify the starting job. Todayâ€™s edition of the Bills Links includes plenty of news on Allen as well as Tremaine Edmunds, the tight end competition and more.Allen, Edmunds, TE and WR battles among things to watch closely Sunday | WGR 550 SportsRadioPlenty of players and things to keep on eye on in 3rd preseason gameWhat is it about Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen? - WKBW.comAs the summer has progressed, the excitement level over the Bills top draft pick and potential franchise quarterback Josh Allen has been building, and you can feel it by how his teammates talk about Josh Allen.[BN] Blitz newsletter: Is this the most anticipated preseason game in recent memory? â€“ The Buffalo NewsBefore answering this weeks Bills Mailbag questions, Jay Skurski asks one of his own: When was the last time a preseason game generated this much buzz?Bills Today: Kelso sees big opportunity for Allen - BuffaloBills.comHere's the Bills news of note for today on BuffaloBills.com.Who is the NFL's most impressive rookie QB plus five things you missed on â€˜One Bills Liveâ€™ this week - BuffaloBills.comJohn Murphy shares his observations on the Bills as the team prepares for its week three preseason battle against Cincinnati.Bills vs. Bengals preview: Josh Allen makes push to win Buffalo QB job - Democrat & Chronicle"Whatâ€™s the big deal, and why do we all care so much about this exhibition game? Pretty simple, really. Josh Allen."NFL preseason Week 3 preview, Bengals at Bills: Where Buffalo roams - Cincy JungleFor the second straight week, the Bengals have another trip away from home. The "dress rehearsal" should tell us a lot about the direction of the 2018 season.Featured on Buffalo RumblingsHow realistic is a Buffalo Bills trade for Oakland Raiders pass rusher Khalil Mack? - Buffalo RumblingsIs there actually a chance that the Bills trade for Khalil Mack?Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals: broadcast info, announcers White Phillip Gaines Jersey , streaming, radio, television Week 3 NFL Preseason - Buffalo RumblingsThe Bills return home for the dress rehearsal preseason game. Hereâ€™s how to follow Sundayâ€™s game.Football Outsiders offers its 2018 Buffalo Bills prediction: the playoffs appear unlikely. - Buffalo RumblingsHint: the outlet doesnâ€™t expect the Bills to return to the playoffs.Buffalo Bills film room: Josh Allen nails the post-wheel concept The Buffalo Bills blew out the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, but as they took an early lead, any confidence felt tenuous at best. An opening touchdown drive was impressive, but aided by two personal foul penalties, and a fumble recovery only led to three points. When the Bills recovered a second strip-sack, it felt like the only way they could keep the Vikings at bay would be to capitalize on the possession with another touchdown. And thatâ€™s just what Brian Daboll and Josh Allen delivered, with a pass to tight end Jason Croom.Before running this play, the Bills had passed once to a running back in the flats, and had a receiver in the flats on three of their first five passing plays. As such, the Vikings were looking for that sort of movement, especially when the Bills fell behind schedule and would conceivably look to gain easy yardage on second-and-11. Minnesota, seeing Buffaloâ€™s pre-snap motion, dialed up a Cover-3 â€œskyâ€ look. In the GIF below Youth Kelvin Benjamin Jersey , see how two Vikings point to the sky as the ball is snapped. They see the running back in motion and want to aggressively attack the flat to try and take Buffalo out of field goal range. Instead, the Bills score a touchdown. Josh Allen makes a great show of looking to the flat, then quickly resets and throws to his wide open tight end.This is a great example of a coverage beater in football. The outside cornerback is in a bindâ€”in a Cover-3, he should be covering a deep third of the field. But if he drops vertically, then thereâ€™s a risk that the post receiver will come open before reaching the center fielder. So the corner wants to bracket the receiver and follow him to the safety. But with this route combination, the wheel man will be open behind the outside corner. A safety or linebacker will have difficulty trailing any slot receiver down the sideline on that route, and when the action in the flat naturally draws the curl-flat safety toward the line of scrimmage, itâ€™s easy pickings.Hereâ€™s the same play, this time from the end zone angle. You can see how the post receiver pulls his cornerback along toward the safety, opening up room for Croom. This is a concept thatâ€™s been useful for decades, and itâ€™s in vogue right now in the NFL. Hereâ€™s a great breakdown from Chris Brown in 2012, when Dana Holgorsen employed it in a record-smashing offense at West Virginia.Now, what gave this play extra significance was that it represented an area of growth from Allen between Week 2 and Week 3. The Bills ran this exact same concept against the Chargers, but Allen flubbed it. It was clear, in watching his execution on Sunday Youth Tremaine Edmunds Jersey , that Allen did his homework after losing to Los Angeles, and drilled himself on properly reading this concept.Yes, the play ultimately ended with a 57-yard completion to Zay Jones. Still, this is an example of bad process, good results. Jones was wide open for most of this play, had to turn around to catch the pass, and the ball could have been intercepted. If Allen were more decisive and knew which players to read, he wouldâ€™ve had a first down or a touchdown with ease.In Week three, we saw a more confident Allen on the field, and he shocked the Vikings (and Las Vegas) with an efficient, accurate quarterback performance. It was a positive stride for the rookie, and engenders hope that heâ€™ll keep learning from his mistakes as his career continues.