Scouting preview: Forcing Josh Allen into inaccurate throws a key for Titans vs. Bills

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans have successfully game-planned versus Josh Allen and the Bills in the past.

Monday night at Nissan Stadium, they need to continue to pressure Allen and force him to make off-balanced throws that put him and his outstanding arm strength in uncomfortable positions that usually result in Allen throwing off target and inaccurate.Harold Landry sacks Josh Allen

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Lack of accuracy plagued Allen going back to college.

Allen has improved when he is allowed to set his feet and throw from a comfortable position.

When he reverts back to poor lower-body mechanics, he will throw with a wide-open stance and spray the ball on short to intermediate throws.

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