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That could change if things go well during a Thursday visit. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that Parry is meeting with the Vikings.
Allen is a very polarizing prospect, and we’ll likely get to see him under center quickly, considering that his competition for starting duties is AJ McCarron and Nathan Peterman. The Bills operate a run-first offense and seriously lack talent at wide receiver and on the offensive line. Allen might play a lot in 2018, but he’s very unlikely to emerge as a fantasy asset anytime soon. Allen’s shortcomings make him a long shot for NFL success, but he’s a name to monitor in dynasty leagues.
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