The Bills Destroy The New England Patriots On National Television
It was a good night to be a Bills fan...that's an understatement.
The Bills absolutely dominated the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football, 38-9.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen couldn't have possibly played any better. He went 27 for 36 in pass attempts, for 320 yards, four touchdowns, and zero turnovers.
Allen's favorite target was (no surprise) Stefon Diggs, who caught nine passes for 145 yards and THREE touchdowns. Diggs now has 121 catches for 1,449 yards -- both are single-season franchise records. The three touchdowns in one game ties his career-high.
Allen officially passed Jim Kelly for most passing touchdowns in one season with 34. He's now 39 yards away from surpassing Drew Bledsoe for the most passing ards in one season.
Next up for the Bills is the Mami Dolphins at Bills Stadium. The Bills are now the number two seed in the AFC and that is still on the line for Buffalo. If the Dolphins win they're officially in the playoffs. We will see if Bills head coach Sean McDermott sits his starters.
It felt so good to finally dominate the Patriots. It's the first time the Bills have swept the season series (two games) with New England since 1999.