The Bills lost to the Indianapolis Colts, 41-15, in a lopsided affair that leads to questions about whether Buffalo is a legitimate contender.
Jonathan Taylor scored five touchdowns, four rushing and one receiving, as the Colts obliterated the Bills.
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.
Before Sunday, five players had four total touchdowns against the Bills in a game.
Bills fans will be eager to forget their team's 41-15 loss to the Colts, but the final score line will be hailed by lovers of statistics and unusual results.
"The Buffalo Bills are undisciplined. They keep getting pushed around. And they might be delusional," writes Jason Wolf.
Allen finished Sunday 21-of-35 for 209 yards. He threw two touchdowns and two interceptions.
Jay Skurski gives the Bills' running game, pass defense and special teams Fs across the board.
Here’s a closer look at some of the key plays that shaped the game.
Here’s what we’re asking after the Bills’ loss to Indianapolis Sunday.
If there were boos in the stadium, they positively rained down on Twitter.