Josh Allen destroys Followers as Bills move to top of AFC East
Josh Allen threw two score passes and the Buffalo Bills beat the New England Patriots 24-10 on Thursday night for their most essential AFC East victory of the time.
Devin Singletary had a one-yard score hurry to help the Bills (9-3) win their third in movement and take a half-game lead in the division over Miami. Buffalo had been 0-2 against division adversaries. Counting the finish of the time games last season, the Bills have won their last three get-togethers with New England (6-6).
Allen changed into the fundamental player in NFL history with different times of 25 elapsing TDs and five flooding scores. He went 22 of 33 for 223 yards, dependably surrendering in the pocket and finding shortcomings in the Disciples’ zone. The Bills have struggled every so often in the red zone, yet went 3 for 3 on Thursday.
Despite playing without top pass rusher Von Creation line chief, who encountered a knee injury in a Thanksgiving impact in Detroit, Buffalo’s security held the Partners to three obsessions over the last 3/4. New England has lost two straight since posting a season-best, three-game rule streak.
Seven days following social occasion his most complete effort of the time, New England’s Mac Jones was annoyed and problematic for most of the night. He finished 22 of 36 for 195 yards and a score. The Patriots were 3 of 12 on third down and 0 for 1 in the red zone.