In the AFC weightlifting fight, he was Invoices Delivering a knockout Monday night while sending an emphatic message to the rest of the NFL. In a 41-7 win over the Visiting Titans, the Bills moved to 2-0 while cementing their case as the best team in the conference.
The bills’ dominant performance was in all three phases. The leader was quarterback Josh Allen, who threw for 317 yards and four touchdowns in three-quarters action. He had a field day wide throwing Stefon Diggs, who had 12 passes for 148 yards and three goals. Buffalo’s offensive was complemented by a defense that shut down waning Titans star Derek Henry, who finished the night with 25 yards and one touchdown on 13 coaches.
The game started competitively enough that both teams scored touchdowns in their opening drives. But the Bills took control of the match after that, scoring 10 unanswered points in the second quarter to lead 17-7 in the first half. The Bills finished the game’s competitive stage with 24 missed points in the third quarter. Of those points, 17 were the result of three forced turnovers that included Matt Milan’s 43-yard pick-set from Ryan Tanehill, who was rested by rookie Malik Willis after throwing his second pick in the quarter.
The win allowed the Bills to keep pace with the Dolphins atop the AFC East. At 0-2, Tennessee is a good companion, as they are one of three teams to have no wins and are currently based in South Asia.
We’ll soon have a full game breakdown on Monday night, but in the meantime, check out our live blog below for a rebroadcast of the action in real time.