After finishing a rare back-to-back QB1 in 2020 & 2021, Josh Allen slightly regressed in 2022, only finishing behind Mahomes as the QB2. Allen suffered two injuries in 2022, a minor hand injury in late September that he played through, and then a concerning right throwing elbow injury. Despite spraining his UCL against the Jets in W9, and dealing with a significant amount of pain and inflammation, Allen was able to impressively play the remaining season without missing a game. Allen admitted that he wasn’t able to throw with his normal mechanics until the playoffs secondary to his elbow injury, which correlates with his drop in statistics later in the season. It remains to be seen if the Bills will add any new weapons for Allen, but expect his elbow to be 100% and a top three QB once again in 2023.