Josh Allen named Player of the Week, additional 17% going to Buffalo Children's Hospital

Josh Allen named Player of the Week, additional 17% going to Buffalo Children's Hospital
Setting records and pulling out a victory helped Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen earn PLB Sports & Entertainment Player of the Week.
Allen led Buffalo to a 26-11 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, going 29-of-42 for 249 yards and two touchdowns, one to Stefon Diggs
Allen also ran for 55 yards and a touchdown on eight carries for the first-place Bills. Allen's rushing touchdown, his 28th of his career, ties Cam Newton for most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback through 50 career NFL starts.
He set a Bills record with 17 touchdown passes through seven games and has thrown a touchdown in 15 straight games. The record is 18 games in a row, held by Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly.
Sales of PLB Sports & Entertainment's Josh's Jaqs benefit Oishei Children's Hospital of Buffalo (Click HERE for more). During this week, not only are the collector's edition 2-pack's 10% off to celebrate Allen's Player of the Week honor, is donating an extra 17% of proceeds to Oishei's Children's Hospital.
(Josh Allen tied an NFL rushing record Sunday. Photo courtesy Rick Scuteri)
"The fan support we have received from Bills Mafia will be evident for the next few decades," PLBSE President and CEO Ty Ballou said. "On top of the proceeds, we want to giving an extra 17% of every sale on eCommerce to Oishei's Children's Hospital. The giving of Bills Mafia and Josh Allen is an inspiration to everyone."
The connection to charity and giving back with the Buffalo Bills started with Ballou teaming up with Doug Flutie and creating Flutie Flakes in 1998. Proceeds went to the Flutie Foundation, which has now raised over $15 million for schools and organizations who provide services, programs and training for people affected by autism.
On Monday night, Allen was featured on the EPSN2 ManningCast and the broadcast drew 1.96 million viewers. ESPN announced Tuesday it was the most-watched broadcast with former NFL quarterbacks and brothers Peyton and Eli Manning. The broadcast was up 22 percent form Week 7.
During the broadcast, Peyton Manning revealed his son wears the name "J. Allen" on the back of his flag football jersey because the team name is the Bills and Josh Allen is his favorite player. The broadcast also showed a photo of a game-worn jersey Allen sent to Peyton's son.