The Buffalo Bills leaped above .500 in the standing yesterday as they downed the Washington Football Team 43-21 at Highmark Stadium yesterday afternoon.

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The Bills were coming off a big 35-0 win last week over Miami and were cruising along in the 1st half of the game jumping to a 21-0 lead over Washington.

Things got a bit dicey after the Washington Football Team scored on a long screenplay and then on the next kick-off on a very weird play, recovered the ball on the kickoff after the wind held up the ball and dropped it about 10 yards in front of the Bills kick returner.

From there, Buffalo's offense took off and there was no doubt that the Bills were going to win this game. Josh Allen who has had a slow start to the season returned to MVP talk form throwing for four touchdowns while running for one as well for a total of 5 touchdowns. Overall, Allen threw for 358 yards and had a QB rating of 129.8.

It wasn't only Allen who has a stellar day on the offensive side of the ball. Cole Beasley had 11 catches for 98 yards, newcomer Emmanual Sanders had 5 catches for 94 yards and two touchdowns. Stefon Diggs who lead the NFL in receiving last season, grabbed 6 balls for 62 yards.

On the defensive side of the ball, the Bills were lead by Tremaine Edmunds who recorded 6 tackles. Both of the Bills star safties Jordon Poyer and Micah Hyde each had an interception.

Even the Bills special teams had a day. Tyler Bass was 3 for 3 on Field Goals and a perfect 5 for 5 on extra points. Punter Matt Haack only punted twice but dropped both of those punts inside the 20.

Check out this photo recap of the Bills' 43-21 win over Washington.

Photo Recap Of The Bills/Washington Game

Take a look at some of the highlights from the Bills' 43-21 win over Washington.

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