While you guys debate whether Daniel Jones should be starting over Eli Manning for the New York Giants and try to figure out how Sam Darnold is going to beat 25-year-old men when he can’t beat a teenage virus, maybe you need to realize you’re wasting your breath.
Because the best QB in New York is way above them.
And by way above, I mean 360 miles north in Buffalo.
Because that is where the winning QB from the last two games played at Met Life stadium calls home.
I am speaking, of course, of Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills, who—one week after leading the Bills to a 17-16 win over Darnold and the Jets, yesterday got the Bills off to their 2-0 start in five years and just their third in 11 years—with a 28-14 win over the G-men.
Watch as Allen runs for a touchdown and throws another as the Bills finish their claim on the bragging rights of New York with their second straight win at Met Life Stadium.
And in case you were wondering, Allen is just the fourth quarterback in NFL history to beat the New York Jets and New York Giants on the road in consecutive weeks.