Buffalo blows Washington 43-21 out | MCUTimes

Buffalo blows Washington 43-21 out

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) celebrates with Zack Moss (20) after connecting to a touchdown during the first half of an NFL football game against the Washington Football Team on Sunday, September 26, 2021 in Orchard Park, NY ( AP Photo / Jeffrey T. Barnes)

ORCHARD PARK, NY (WIVB) -Buffalo Bills won their second game in a row, a 43-21 victory over the Washington Football Team.

With a lot of talk about the power of the Washington defensive front coming into the game, Bill’s offensive line stood the test and did not allow a single sack on Josh Allen throughout the game.

Thanks to the protection from his O-line, Allen left no doubt in Sunday’s performance, finishing 32 of 43 for 358 yards with four touchdowns through the air and a rushing TD in the win.

After Allen threw two interceptions against the Dolphins last week, the Bills did not turn the ball around at all, and instead the Buffalo defense forced a fumble and caught two Taylor Heinicke picks to win the revenue battle.

With Sunday’s win, the Bills have surpassed their opponents 78-21 over the past two weeks.

Here’s how it happened:

1Q: On the opening drive, the bills run 75 yards down the field and end with a beautiful touch of 28 yards from Josh Allen to Emmanuel Sanders. 7-0 bills.

1Q: WFT’s Logan Thomas catches a pass and escapes a tackle, but Tre’Davious White knocks the ball out for the forced fumble! Matt Milano recovers.

2Q: Zack Moss carries the load in the drive after the turnover, collecting 42 out of the 52 yards on possession and covering it with a 7-yard TD pass from Allen. 14-0 Bills.

2Q: Washington turns the ball over for the second straight move. Jordan Poyer jumps in front of a Heinicke pass and hangs the interception.

2Q: Buffalo take advantage of the field position, and three games later, Allen throws a perfect pass into the corner of the end zone, where Dawson Knox turns the acrobatic catch into a 14-yard TD. 21-0 Bills.

2Q: Antonio Gibson takes it 73 yards down the field for the Washington touchdown. 21-7 Bills.

2Q: After the Washington touchdown, they restore the kickoff. Five plays later, Heinicke keeps it to himself for TD. 21-14 Bills.

2Q: Tyler Bass supports a 21-yard field goal through the creators. 24-14 Bills.

2Q: Bass kicks a 48-yard field goal as the clock expires at halftime. 27-14 Bills.

3Q: Buffalo takes it 93 yards on 17 games and finishes with a 5-yard touchdown pass from Allen to Sanders. TD marked the 100th career offensive touchdown for Allen. 33-14 Bills.

3Q: Heinicke throws his second interception of the game to Micah Hyde. Bills increase their lead with a 29-yard field goal by Bass. 36-14 Bills.

4Q: After the Bills defense forced a turnover for downturns, Buffalo takes it easy at 23 yards on three games and finishes with a two-yard TD run by Allen. 43-14 Bills.

4Q: Washington scored their first TD of the second half with 5 minutes left in the game. 43-21 Bills.

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