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.
The New England-Tennessee game isn’t the only one that will impact the AFC playoff race.
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.
Orchard Park's identity has been tied to the Bills and the games it hosts in the stadium on Abbott Road for five decades. But the relationship between town and team became more tenuous in recent years as talk centered on building a new stadium in downtown Buffalo.
"I know we had the one penalty on the quarterback. I thought they should be called for one, quite honestly, on Josh," McDermott said.
Who has the advantage in the Buffalo Bills' Thanksgiving matchup with the New Orleans Saints?
The Buffalo Bills face the New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving at the Caesars Superdome at 8:20 p.m. in a game nationally broadcast on NBC. Che…
Two years ago, the Bills’ 26-15 Thanksgiving victory over the Cowboys was a coming-out party for second-year quarterback Josh Allen. This year, the spotlight is a perfect opportunity for the Bills to stop talking about what a great team they have and actually show it.
Western New Yorkers love to be loved and there is no bigger stage to show it than on national television.
"This is a game in which the Bills need the defense to lead the way, because the defense clearly has the easier task on Thursday," Mark Gaughan writes.
Bills linebacker Tremaine Edmunds practiced in full Tuesday, coach Sean McDermott told reporters.
No one in the NFL wins consistently with an inability to stop the run and run the football.
The Bills could be getting a key member of their defense back soon.
The Bills have a chance to reverse their downward spiral with a win Thursday in New Orleans.
Even Buffalo fans grudgingly must admit it is easy to love Harlan’s enthusiasm even if it hurts when it is at the expense of the Bills.
"The Buffalo Bills are undisciplined. They keep getting pushed around. And they might be delusional," writes Jason Wolf.
Here’s a closer look at some of the key plays that shaped the game.
Jay Skurski gives the Bills' running game, pass defense and special teams Fs across the board.
After a 41-15 the loss, the Bills dropped to 6-4 and are now in second place in the AFC East, behind none other than the New England Patriots.
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?
This is the meat of the schedule, and with the AFC standings as tight as they are, there is no room for any more slipups like happened in Jacksonville, Jay Skurski says.
"The comfortable games are over for you, Bills fans. Stress-free fourth quarters do not await you," writes Mark Gaughan.
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"We were going to try and put the game away," McDermott said. "That's how we believe in doing things. And no disrespect to anyone, it was just us trying to put the game away then.”
"I think what you saw out there was A.J., a lot of trust and faith in A.J., and he's a good football player," coach Sean McDermott said.