BILLS WIN: Buffalo dominant in blow-out victory in Minnesota (full coverage)

The Buffalo Bills were firing on all cylinders in their Week 3 win over the Minnesota Vikings.

Buffalo’s offense came out strong, scoring on their first five drives. Josh Allen looked like a seasoned veteran in his second career start, completing 15 passes for 196 yards and one touchdown. The Bills possessed the ball for 35:45 on Sunday.

The Bills’ defense was a brick wall throughout the majority of the day, not allowing any points until late in the fourth quarter. Buffalo’s defensive unit totaled 4.0 sacks, two forced fumbles and one interception.

The win lifts Buffalo to 1-2 on the season.






Buffalo’s offense has to get out of the gate quicker this week for a host of reasons. First, to keep the Minnesota home crowd from becoming an early factor in the game. Second, to enable OC Brian Daboll to stick with his original game plan, instead of having to scrap it because they’re behind early. And finally, to get ahead on the scoreboard for the first time this season when they visit Minnesota for a 1 pm kick on CBS. Read More


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