On Sunday, September 24 at FedExField, the Buffalo Bills defeated the Washington Commanders 37-3,
handing the home team its first loss of the season. Buffalo is now 2-1 on the season.
The Buffalo Bills defense sacked and hit Commanders quarterback Sam Howell nine times and forced him to turn the ball over five times,
however they didn't sack Josh Allen, who threw for 218 yards and a touchdown while also running for 46 yards and a score on three attempts.
It was anticipated that the game would be close because Washington's defense features four past first-round picks in Chase Young, Montez Sweat,
Daron Payne, and Jonathan Allen. Instead, Washington appeared to be a squad that had no business sharing the field with the Bills.
During a press conference on Monday, September 24th, Commanders head coach Ron Rivera blamed Allen for the team's defensive woes.
After the first two series, I think Josh Allen started to mess with our guy's head.
The coverage was solid, but they were able to pressure him out of the pocket, so he had to tuck the ball and run.
A quarterback with his skill set can extend plays by moving the ball outside the formation.
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