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Bills QB Josh Allen speaks out on Buffalo’s tough loss to Baltimore

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is ready to hit the panic button after their seven-point loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

After playing one of the best games of his career against the Dallas Cowboys, he really struggled against the Ravens, but at the end of the game, they still had a chance to come away with a win. The Ravens threw blitz after blitz against Allen and he had no answer.

Allen was sacked six times and the Ravens also did a great job of taking away his running ability. He finished the game completing 43.6 percent of his passes for 146 yards and a touchdown. Allen isn’t usually a guy who is throwing for 300 yards, but 146 yards wasn’t enough to get the job done.

“We lost by seven points to a really good team,” Allen said, via Matthew Fairburn of TheAthletic.com. “We’re not going to let one game define us and one game make us.”

Guard Jon Feliciano said the blitz was something they were expecting and that’s why they were taking the play clock almost all the way down to zero.

“They blitzed from everywhere,” Jon Feliciano added. “We were able to hit them with dummy cadences to see where they were coming from. That’s why we were letting the clock milk down, just to have Josh give a few fake huts. Then you start seeing the rotation and where they’re truly going to come from.”

With the way the Ravens blitzed with success, don’t be surprised if their opponents going forward bring a lot of pressure on him.