Josh Allen's Record Against Every NFL Team

At just 26-years-old, Josh Allen has already transcended to become one of the game's greatest field generals. Let's take a look at how the Bills' superstar has fared against every team in the NFL.

Last Updated: Sep 19, 2022 6:24 PM ET Read Time: 5 min
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Josh Allen took a massive leap between his second and third seasons to become one of the game's brightest stars. In the last two years, he's thrown for 35+ touchdowns, 4,400+ yards, and has put up completion rates well above 60%.

Aside from his rookie year, the Buffalo Bills have won at least 10 games in each camapign Allen has been under center, paving the way for the Wyoming product to have some impressive records against his NFL foes. His play has even garnered some high praise from the league's best defender.

Let's take a look at Josh Allen's record against every team in the NFL.

Team Allen's regular season record Allen's postseason record
Arizona Cardinals 0-1 N/A
Atlanta Falcons 1-0 N/A
Baltimore Ravens 0-2 1-0
Buffalo Bills N/A N/A
Carolina Panthers 1-0 N/A
Chicago Bears N/A N/A
Cincinnati Bengals  1-0 N/A
Cleveland Browns 0-1 N/A
Dallas Cowboys 1-0 N/A
Denver Broncos 2-0 N/A
Detroit Lions 1-0 N/A
Green Bay Packers 0-1 N/A
Houston Texans 1-1 0-1
Indianapolis Colts 0-1 1-0
Jacksonville Jaguars 1-1 N/A
Kansas City Chiefs 1-1 0-2
Las Vegas Raiders 1-0 N/A
Los Angeles Chargers 1-1 N/A
Los Angeles Rams 2-0 N/A
Miami Dolphins 7-1 N/A
Minnesota Vikings 1-0 N/A
New England Patriots 3-4 N/A
New Orleans Saints 1-0 N/A
New York Giants 1-0 N/A
New York Jets 5-2 N/A
Philadelphia Eagles 0-1 N/A
Pittsburgh Steelers 2-1 N/A
San Francisco 49ers 1-0 N/A
Seattle Seahawks 1-0 N/A
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0-1 N/A
Tennessee Titans 3-2 N/A
Washington Commanders 2-0 N/A
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Allen vs the Kansas City Chiefs

It's only fair that we begin with the Kansas City Chiefs, since Allen played in one the most exciting playoff games ever against K.C. in the 2022 NFL Divisional Round. 

Just like the Bills, the Chiefs have a young superstar of their own in Patrick Mahomes, and the former MVP helped his club narrowly escape with a 42-36 victory to advance in the postseason.

The game marked the second time that Allen had fallen to the Chiefs, but will this year be different?

Allen vs the Miami Dolphins

Moving on to divisional opponents, Allen has had relative ease with the Miami Dolphins thus far in his career. He's dropped only one game to the Florida squad and has dominated their defense more often than not. In eight games against Miami, Allen has thrown for 21 TDs and almost 2,000 yards.

Getting to see this team twice per year definitely has its perks for Allen and the Bills.

Allen vs the New England Patriots

Now that we've discussed what divisional opponent Allen has massacred, it's time to talk about the team that has provided him with the most trouble. There are two sides to this story: Allen was 0-3 against the Tom Brady-led Pats, but has since gone 3-1 after TB12 split for greener pastures.

Depending on how well Mac Jones can continue to develop, New England may be the only team that can keep Allen at bay, or he'll just continue to crush it as he has in three of the last four meetings.

Allen vs the Minnesota Vikings

It may be hard to believe, but Allen wasn't always seen as a can't-miss superstar. In a rough rookie season with the Bills, he threw 10 TDs alongside 12 interceptions, and Buffalo went 5-6 in games he played. However, there was one game that stood out from the rest.

In the third game of the season, Allen led the Bills to a 27-6 smacking of the Minnesota Vikings, with the QB throwing for 196 yards and one TD, and rushing for two scores. Oh, and this happened:

Allen vs the New York Jets

We've already talked about Allen pumping the Miami Dolphins, but there is one more AFC East opponent he's enjoyed success against. Although not as dominant, Allen is 5-2 against the New York Jets, including winning the last four meetings.

With New York not exactly looking like it will light up the league this season — it's safe to assume Allen will be able to build on that record against this franchise in 2022-23.

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