Josh Allen and most of the Buffalo Bills starters will play "a healthy amount" on Saturday in the preseason game against the Denver Broncos, according to Bills head coach Sean McDermott.
"What quarter, really couldn't tell you right now, but I've got a decent feel right now and we'll see how the game goes," McDermott said. "And that'll be most starters, not all starters."
A majority of the Bills starters, including Allen, did not play in the preseason opener. McDermott did not share which other starters would suit up, but said he hopes Allen and the offense can start to get in rhythm with the regular season drawing closer.
"Getting out there and getting in the flow of a regular game, going through warmups, getting out there and executing and doing what we've been practicing in practice," McDermott said. "Obviously, you want to score points, but just executing out there. Josh will be hearing a new voice (OC Ken Dorsey) in his ear as well, so there's a lot we want to put into practice in a game that we've been practicing."
The Bills host the Broncos on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Highmark Stadium.