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L. Jackson


2532 YD,25 TDS,5 INTS


L. Jackson


2532 YD,25 TDS,5 INTS


J. Allen


2591 YD,16 TDS,8 INTS


J. Allen


2591 YD,16 TDS,8 INTS


rushing

L. Jackson


140 ATT,977 YD,7 TDS


L. Jackson


140 ATT,977 YD,7 TDS


D. Singletary


98 ATT,553 YD,2 TDS


D. Singletary


98 ATT,553 YD,2 TDS


receiving

M. Andrews


53 REC,693 YD,7 TDS


M. Andrews


53 REC,693 YD,7 TDS


J. Brown


61 REC,882 YD,5 TDS


J. Brown


61 REC,882 YD,5 TDS





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That could go down as a drop but one heck of play by Jimmy Smith to go in super hard with the tackle attempt around the rookie tight end’s arms.

Baltimore had two defenders lined up in a blitz look on the right side of Buffalo’s line, throw came from left to right to John Brown.

Baltimore had two defenders lined up in a blitz look on the right side of Buffalo’s line, throw came from left to right to John Brown.

Those type of quick throws will help to mitigate Baltimore’s pass rush. McKenzie had a lot of running room there.

Blitz by Earl Thomas on that play who got the sack and fumble but the penalty too

Bills really need a response here from the offense. Especially from Josh Allen and the offensive line.

Not exactly a tight-window throw there from Jackson, but he needed to stand in to get the ball to Hurst, and he did. Took a shot.

Bills got burned on the blitz there. 61-yard touchdown. Jackson was hit as he threw. Wide open. New Era Field is silent.

Really nice cut back by Mark Ingram to pick up six on that first down. And there’s the first sidearm release from Jackson this game. Ripped to Seth Roberts.

4.40 speed there…but that’ll do it. Despite the low score, a fun first half.

Seems like Allen is having a little bit of problems thinking about Baltimore’s pass rush in this first half. On the few times that there’s clearly been no pressure, he’s thrown strikes. On a few other drives, when pressure has been consistent, he’s taken bad sacks or bounced from the pocket at the first sign of any pressure at all.

Hauschka splits the fairway

Worth noting: This is the hash mark Hauschka likes to kick it from to play his draw.

Allen should’ve hit that throw on second down and now Buffalo’s in field-goal range.

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