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Will N.F.L. Teams Learn the Right Lessons From Josh Allen’s Success? – The New York Times

The Buffalo Bills quarterback made an astonishing developmental jump in his third season that could provide a valuable map — or an untenable comparison — for teams…

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A better-late-than-never Allen-like leap by Jones would also vindicate General Manager Dave Gettlemans decision to draft him. The most popular N.F.L. trends are the ones that provide cover for mistakes, because the leagues most powerful motivator is not the desire to win, but the desire to remain employed.
Coaches will also benefit if Allen inspires a renaissance of delayed gratification. Any team-building model with two consequence-free years baked into it will be eagerly adopted by the leagues…

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