It was a commanding victory for Buffalo on Sunday in Las Vegas. The Bills played a complete game. The offense was unstoppable and the defense was suffocating en route to a Bills impressive showing. The Bills record now sit at 12-3 as they head into the final week of the regular season. Here are some takeaways from Sunday’s game.
Another big game by Allen
It was once again another outstanding game by the Bills third-year quarterback Josh Allen. Nearly 400 yards, three touchdowns, and a 91 percent completion percentage. These stat lines have become common for Allen this season, as he has ascended into one the best quarterbacks in football.
Allen for MVP
Following Sunday’s win, Allen is now the leading candidate to win this season league MVP. It’s been an unbelievable season for Allen who is first in passing yards and passing touchdowns, while also being third in passer rating.
Norman looks like his old self
Josh Norman played an excellent game on Sunday. He finished the game with two interceptions, returning one of them for a touchdown. Sunday’s effort landed Norman an AFC defensive player of the week award and was his best game this season.
One last tune-up
The Bills head into their final game of the regular season with a record of 12-3, their best record since 1993. It will one last tune before the enter the postseason, where the expectations will be not just to win a game, but be crowned AFC champions.
The Bills will be on the road for their final game of the regular season as they will face the (4-9-2) Miami Dolphins.
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