The Bills Are 10-3 For The First Time In Nearly 30 Years
The Bills had a BIG statement win on Sunday Night Football with a 26-15 win over the then, 11-1 Pittsburgh Steelers at Bills Stadium in Orchard Park.
While the offense was stifled in the first half, that was not the case in the second half. The Bills offense turned on the jets and scored two touchdowns -- both through the air. One to Stefon Diggs, who caught 10 passes, and the other to Gabriel Davis. Their defense played well the whole game.
The win improves the Bills record to 10-3 and they now have a two-game lead on the Miami Dolphins for the AFC East lead.
It's also the first time the Bills have had a 10-3 record since the 1991 season, when the Bills were on their way to a second straight Super Bowl appearance.
The Bills last three games set up fairly nicely, too, with the first two against teams with losing records (Denver Broncos, New England Patriots), although any game against the Patriots should never be taken for granted.
The final game will be at home against the Miami Dolphins, who are currently starting a rookie quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa.
Also, if the Baltimore Ravens lose to the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football, the Bills will officially clinch a playoff spot, although it's all but a certainty at this point.
Feels good to be a Bills fan!