The Buffalo Bills and Josh Allen overwhelmed the New Orleans Saints with better play selection, balance and exceptional efficiency on offense for a Thanksgiving Night victory, writes Jim Kubiak.
The financial contribution is just one part of Knox’s involvement with the P.U.N.T. Pediatric Cancer Collaborative. He finds his most meaningful influence is in getting to really know and support the kids and their families.
The Bills’ kick coverage was excellent, limiting Saints returner Deonte Harris to just 61 yards on four attempts – an average of 15.3 yards per attempt.
Drew Brees’ knowledge of his old team was balanced by Mike Tirico’s knowledge of the Bills throughout the game, Pergament says.
The Saints rushed the ball 25 times for just 44 yards – an average of 1.8 yards per rush that is the lowest by a Bills opponent with at least 25 rushing attempts since 2003.
"There was little to feel good about other than the scoreboard and Knox’s dominant performance," writes Jason Wolf.
Facing a team ravaged by injuries, the Bills handled the New Orleans Saints from start to finish in a 31-6 victory at the Superdome.
Who has the advantage in the Buffalo Bills' Thanksgiving matchup with the New Orleans Saints?
Western New Yorkers love to be loved and there is no bigger stage to show it than on national television.
Allen knows the Bills need some playmaking. But with the team reeling, he probably needs to play more conservatively. Allen has thrown five interceptions in the last three games.
The Bills have a chance to reverse their downward spiral with a win Thursday in New Orleans.
Jay Skurski gives the Bills' running game, pass defense and special teams Fs across the board.
Near the end of the first half, Buffalo got the ball on its own 25 after a 27-yard kickoff return from Isaiah McKenzie and had three timeouts remaining. How did they come away with no points?
Given his production, it’s expected that there will be calls for Gabriel Davis to see the field more in the immediate future.
The NFL’s expansion to a 17-game regular season takes away the symmetry that allows us to perfectly cut the season in half, as we could with a 16-game slate. Forgive us, then, for jumping ahead just a bit to provide a midseason report card for each player on the Buffalo Bills’ offense through the team’s 5-3 start.
This week's mailbag is filled with lots of talk about the Bills running game and the O-line.
“We have some guys we hope to get back this week and we've got some guys that were a little banged up in the game,” McDermott said.
Even without Taron Johnson, the Bills stayed in their nickel defense Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
For the second straight game, the Buffalo Bills were lost offensively in the first half. Only this time, there were no answers to be found after halftime.
It's the second straight game Zimmer will miss.
Trubisky joins practice squad quarterback Jake Fromm on the list, leaving the Bills with just starter Josh Allen and Davis Webb at the position.
"The statistics ... speak for themselves," writes Jay Skurski. "Singletary hasn’t topped 30 yards rushing in the past three games. Moss had 19 yards on eight carries last week. The Bills have to get more out of both of them."
Offensive linemen Spencer Brown and Jon Feliciano and tight end Dawson Knox will not play Sunday.
Rookie offensive lineman Spencer Brown also did not practice again, meaning he could miss a second consecutive game with a back injury.