Bills Embarrass the Vikings in Minnesota with 27-6 Win

Bills Embarrass the Vikings in Minnesota with 27-6 Win

Bills Embarrass the Vikings in Minnesota with 27-6 Win

"Offenses scheme for us, we game plan for them", Kendricks said.

Quarterback Josh Allen threw for a touchdown and rushed for two more as the Buffalo Bills thrashed the Minnesota Vikings 27-6. "I think they came out and kicked our butts". We could say the Linval Joseph roughing the passer call on the first drive set the tone for the day.

To Minnesota's credit, the defense contained Buffalo's tight ends (44 yards, 1 TD) far better than they did George Kittle (5 catches, 90 yards) and Jimmy Graham (6 catches, 95 yards) in Weeks 1 and 2, but the issues the Vikings had in turning those players loose continue to pop up.

And oddsmakers listed the Vikings as 17-point favorites, with many bettors suggesting that taking the chalk was easy money. The Bills became the first underdog in a betting spread of that size or bigger to win since Washington beat Dallas in 1995. The Vikings' record for attempts is 63 (1981, 1991). "None of that matters". Though he almost got the score right, it didn't go in his favor.

Bills: Beyond McCoy (rib), starting CB Phillip Gaines (elbow) and backup DE Shaq Lawson (hamstring) was inactive.

The downfield coverage held up just fine, but Cousins didn't have much time to look anyway. His high-priced veteran counterpart, Kirk Cousins, committed three turnovers, including two fumbles. On one of his escapes from the pocket, Allen hurdled would-be tackler Anthony Barr.

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In 2017, Cousins lost nine fumbles, prompting him to place an emphasis on ball security. From an very bad offensive line to completely lackluster weapons to a defense that has been exceptionally porous to this point, Buffalo truly looks like a team that might not make it into the win column this season. Then there was the 38-7 blowout at Philadelphia that ended last season one game short of the Super Bowl.

The offensive line looked shaky at best against San Francisco and Green Bay, but the wheels downright fell off against Buffalo.

Cousins finished with 40 completions - tied for 13th-most in National Football League history - for 296 yards, showing how meaningless those stats are compared to turnovers.

ALLEN AIRBORNE: Allen joined Trent Edwards (Nov. 23, 2008 against Kansas City) as the only Bills quarterbacks to rush for two touchdowns in one game since the 1970 merger. Minnesota picked up another 15-yard penalty for a face mask on the drive and capped things off by allowing Allen to run in 10 yards for a touchdown. He capped that possession with a 1-yard touchdown leap over the goal line on fourth down for a 24-0 lead early in the second quarter. I was ready to roast Sean McDermott for making us believe he was the real deal. Frazier resumed the responsibility at Minnesota, though McDermott is a constant collaborator.

The Vikings were heavily favored going into Sunday's matchup with the winless Buffalo Bills.

Let's get into the five plays that were the reason for the Vikings demise.

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