Allen said Sean McDermott loved the effort, as did others on the sideline. Also, they were very effective on third down, racking up four sacks while denying Minnesota on their first five third down attempts. There wasn't any point in the game where Allen looked confused and rattled by the opponent or the environment. Left tackle Riley Reiff was beaten regularly by Jerry Hughes, who had one of the sacks that caused a fumble. The first fumble forced ended in a field goal and a 10-0 lead after Kelvin Benjamin dropped a pass that would have put the Bills on the MIN 1.
Allen answered the bell on the next possession, finding Jason Croom for a touchdown.
All signs pointed to a pretty steep challenge in Week 3 against the Minnesota Vikings. Good work by Allen going through his reads and then hitting the open man - Minnesota might have been trying to jump a screen pass and Allen wasn't having it.
The Bills took the opening kickoff and marched 75 yards to take a 7-0 lead on a 10-yard run by quarterback Josh Allen.
Credit the Bills for not slowing down the way a lot of teams might in this position. Turns out the defense was just getting started.
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What about scoring only 6 points as a big favorite? Minnesota's running game was little help, adding just 14 yards on six carries.
This will go down as one of the worst Vikings losses in the Mike Zimmer era, leading fans, media, players and coaches to question: How in the world did this happen?
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