Recap: The Bills made their way to Foxborough looking to avenge a 25-6 loss to the Patriots on a Monday night back in Week 8 at Orchard Park. Buffalo’s much-maligned offensive front did not give up a sack against the New England defense. But rookie quarterback Josh Allen, who threw for 217 yards and one touchdown, did serve up a pair of interceptions. Buffalo had the football just 24:22 and like the Patriots, committed three turnovers. The Bills’ usually-sturdy defense did surrender a disturbing 273 yards on the ground. And while the final score looked somewhat respectable, Allen’s 31-yard TD pass to Zay Jones came with only 1:08 remaining in the game.
Next Week: With a 21-17 loss at South Florida in Week 13, the Bills are in danger of being swept by the Miami Dolphins for the second time in three seasons. Still, Buffalo has had the best of this longtime AFC East series dating back to 2012, sporting an 8-5 record over that span – including a 5-1 mark at Orchard Park.
Draft Talk: Be via free agency or trade, the Bills have been trying to fix their wide receiver position for years and continue to have issues. But the real priority this offseason should be the club’s offensive line, which entered this season in shambles due to numerous reasons and has never really gotten much better as time has worn on.
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