The Bills Start The Season 3-0 After Beating The Rams
Are we feeling okay Bills fans? Because wow, that was intense.
The Buffalo Bills are officially 3-0 to start the 2020 regular season with a 35-32 win against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in Orchard Park.
The first half was nothing but excellent for the Bills.
Led by quarterback Josh Allen, the Bills went up 28-3 at halftime. Allen threw for three touchdown passes and ran for another.
However, the second half that all changed.
The Rams made it 28-10 but then a costly, very controversial interception made by the Rams when Josh Allen threw a pass up for tight end Tyler Kroft, changed the momentum.
The Rams soared back to take a 32-28 lead with less than five minutes remaining in regulation.
But the Bills and Josh Allen came back on a last drive, capped off by the second touchdown pass to Kroft with just seconds remaining.
The touchdown happened after the Rams were called for pass interference on fourth down, that would have ended the game with a Bills loss.
But instead, the Bills capitalized on the penalty and went on to win the game.
The Bills play at the Las Vegas Raiders next week, who lost to the New England Patriots today.