Bills Win To Start Season 4-0 For The First Time In 12 Years
Some tough spots in there along the way, but all in all, it's been a good start for the Buffalo Bills.
The Bills improved to 4-0 on the 2020 NFL season with a win over the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, 30-23.
It's the first time the Bills have been 4-0 since 2008 and just the fifth time in their history they've started with that record.
Leading the way was Bills quarterback Josh Allen, who completed 24 of 34 passes for 288 yards and three total touchdowns, two them passing.
It was also yet another game that showcased new Bills acquisition, Stefon Diggs, who caught six passes for 115 yards, including a huge 40-yard pass play from Allen in the fourth quarter that set up the Bills final touchdown to make it 30-16.
Things looked tough on the Bills defense in the first half and most of the third quarter, but two huge turnovers changed the outcome. The first was a forced fumble and recovery by Bills cornerback Josh Norman. The second was a forced fumble and recovery by Bills defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson.
Now we wait to see if the Bills even play their next opponent, which is supposed to be in Nashville to play the Tennessee Titans next Sunday.
The Titans, however, have had nearly two dozen players and staff members test positive for COVID-19 this week, so that game is in doubt to be played on time.
The Titans had their week 4 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers postponed.