I know, it's training camp. The Buffalo Bills have been in camp since last Wednesday and the first preseason game isn't until next Friday (August 13th), so we shouldn't get too excited over stuff we witness at practice.

However, it's nearly impossible to not be amazed by a throw that Bills quarterback Josh Allen made this past weekend in front of fans at Highmark Stadium.

It took place near one of the endzones and it was widely regarded as the best throw of the day by Allen or really, anyone at camp on Saturday morning.

Allen threw a touchdown pass to tight end Dawson Knox and it could not have possibly been placed more perfectly over the defenders. It was also delivered with high velocity and just in time for Knox to turn around and catch it.

No joke, that's one of the best passes I've ever seen by Josh Allen and with any quarterback in Bills history.

It's almost unfortunate it came during practice and not in-game action, but I'm pretty sure we will be seeing more of the same once September rolls around.

Allen and the Bills will have another open practice at Highmark Stadium on August 7th at 10 am. The next (and final) open practice will take place on September 1st.

It won't be long before the Bills take the field against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. I'm anxious to see new Bills backup quarterback Mitch Trubisky and how he looks under a Brian Daboll offense.

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