Bills Beat The Favored Seahawks To Go 7-2
It was the statement game of the 2020 season for the Buffalo Bills.
The Bills defeated the NFL powerhouse Seattle Seahawks, 44-34.
Leading the way for the Bills on offense, like always, was quarterback Josh Allen, who went 31 for 38 and 415 yards, with three touchdowns and zero turnovers.
Star receiver Stefon Diggs led all receivers with nine receptions, for nearly 120 yards.
Normally, giving up 34 points doesn't seem like a great day for the defense, but considering the Bills were going against the top-ranked passing offense in the NFL, they played very well, especially since Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had four turnovers, including two costly fumbles.
The Bills are now 7-2 on the season and will go on the road to play at the Arizona Cardinals next week, who also has a high-powered offense with second-year quarterback Kyler Murray and star receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
It was awesome seeing Josh Allen play so efficiently. The Seahawks have the worst pass defense in the NFL but they still scored 34 points, so Allen needed to have a strong game and he sure did for Buffalo.
The Bills now have a stranglehold on the AFC East division. The Miami Dolphins are 4-3, playing Arizona today, while the New England Patriots are 2-5 and play against the winless New York Jets on Monday night.