Forget if Josh Allen looked good to Hue Jackson Saturday. It was Jackson who looked good to Allen. "He's a lot bigger than I expected,'' Allen told cleveland.com Saturday after testing out the Gatorade Beat the Blitz VR game at the NFL Experience here at the combine. "He's a bigger dude.'' In all seriousness, he said their 15-minute meeting on Friday night went well, and Allen followed that by showing off his powerful arm on Saturday. "Hue Jackson is a great guy. Coach (Todd) Haley... They got it going on. They have a lot of good questions. (They) pulled up some video and (we were) able to talk about football and felt like the meeting went really well. ... They're going to do what's best for their franchise, so they've got some time to make a decision that's going to fit them the best." Naturally, the Browns questioned him about that pesky 56.2 completion percentage -- the big red flag on the Wyoming product's resume. "They're just asking how I'm working to fix it and (I'm) giving them the answer that I usually give to the other coaches and that's working with (QB trainer) Jordan Palmer, working on my base, my footwork, short front stride, all that jazz and hopefully I went out there today and showed the improvement." Allen dazzled scouts and coached with his big arm so much during his workout that he drew a loud 'ooh' after one almost 70-yard toss.