Then I guess you must rarely watch him play football. Because if you did you would know that he's a natural thrower with GOOD accuracy. I actually dispelled the myth that Josh Allen was an erratic inaccurate passer before the 2018 draft. Its the main reason I had him as my top rated QB prospect in that class (with Lamar Jackson being a close #2).
Josh Allen's incompletions in college typically fell into one of these 3 categories:
(1) Scheme - Josh Allen played in a pro style offense offense at Wyoming geared toward throwing the ball downfield showcasing his insane arm strength. That meant lots of big boy throws every game and very few easy bubble screens to pad that completion percentage (as was the case with Baker Mayfield at Oklahoma). When you're throwing the ball downfield a lot with very few easy passes you will naturally have a lower completion percentage than someone who has more easy completions built into the playbook because of the scheme. We saw something similar to this with Andrew Luck his first few years in the NFL. His completion percentage was lower than average because Bruce Arians ran an offense that was built on downfield throws rather than dink and dunk throws.
(2) Lack of talent around him - whether it was poor offensive line play not giving him enough time to go through his reads or wide receivers struggling to get separation, Allen suffered from a poor supporting cast his final year at Wyoming that greatly affected his stats. He was always under constant pressure and his receivers gave him very little room to fit passes in with their lack of separation. Regardless of how talented you are as a QB, if you go into almost every game with the less talented team it'll be hard to put up impressive stats. Typically the college QBs who put up the best stats are guys like Baker Mayfield who play at the most talented school in their conference and go into every game with the more talented roster. This is why I place such little value on college stats.
(3) Brett Favre mentality - and finally we get to the one flaw in Josh Allen's game. It was never accuracy. If you watched his tape you would know it was DECISION-MAKING. Josh Allen has a tendancy to always want to make the big play. He is the type to pass up a wide open check down to take a shot downfield even if its a tight window. He also never wants to throw the ball out of bounds. Even if all his receivers are covered he would rather force the ball into coverage to make a play than throw it out of bounds and live to fight another play. It was this tendancy of not knowing when to give up on a play that proved disastrous against New England earlier in the season. His INTs that game weren't because he was inaccurate. It was poor decision-making. On one of his picks that game he tried to throw across his body into the middle of the field in the face of pressure instead of throwing it out of bounds. He also threw a ball downfield into double coverage trying to make a big play rather than taking a check down or throwing it out of bounds. Before the draft I said this "Brett Favre mentality" was correctable with proper coaching which is why I didn't look at it as a major flaw. And as we've seen, since the New England game, Josh Allen has thrown only 2 INTs. Showing that he is in fact coachable and can learn to control his gunslinger mentality.
So you see, you are very wrong about him being inaccurate. As a Lamar Jackson fan you should know better than to just label a QB as lacking accuracy based purely on college numbers. I also said before the 2018 NFL draft that Lamar Jackson was wrongly labled as inaccurate. l said he had better passing instincts than Michael Vick and that he was actually a very accurate passer when throwing to the middle of the field. If most people actually watched Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson's college tape in depth then they would know both had no issues with accuracy. Its why I was so confident in my belief that they would BOTH be star QBs in the NFL.