Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen made team history on Sunday Night Football when he broke Jim Kelly’s record for most total touchdowns in a single season in team history.
Allen threw for two touchdowns in Buffalo’s 26-15 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers which moved him to 35 total touchdowns this season. Jim Kelly’s highest single-season touchdown total with the Bills came in 1991 when he recorded 34 total touchdowns. With three games to play, Allen can add some cushion between himself and the Hall of Fame quarterback.
After Allen surpassed his single-season touchdown record on Sunday night, Kelly chimed in on social media via his wife, Jill. When all is said and done, Kelly expects Allen to break every record that he set in Buffalo.
— Jill Kelly (@jillmkelly12) December 14, 2020
While his development over the past three years is nothing short of spectacular, Allen has a long way to go before surpassing Kelly’s totals with the Bills. In his 11-year career with the Bills, Kelly helped Buffalo win 101 regular season games by throwing for 35,467 yards and 237 touchdowns.