After a strong showing in Saturday’s passing drills at the combine, Wyoming’s Josh Allen took part in the Gatorade Beat the Blitz experience, a fun and challenging (I nearly pulled a muscle evading a nonexistent linebacker while trying it) simulation that involves throwing digital footballs at virtual targets, sliding around the pocket to avoid pass-rushers and getting a crash course in hydration from Virtual Peyton Manning.
Sam Darnold also took part in the experience, as mentioned in yesterday’s Notebook. Allen appeared to be more comfortable with the VR goggles on, calmly looking around as if he were sightseeing in Paris while Darnold was still dealing with the “whoa” factor. That means Allen will be a better NFL quarterback than Darnold. Kidding! Only an amateur would turn a video game session into a scouting opinion!
Anyway, Allen spent a few minutes talking about his combine performance, virtual reality and more:
B/R: You looked comfortable putting on the VR helmet.
Josh Allen: It’s not my first time doing virtual reality. I bought my sister the PS4 VR for Christmas last year. I got to put that on a little bit. She’s got some scary games, where things pop out or jump at you. It’s
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