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Josh Allen and the Bills look great again in prime time annihilating the Titans

Having the same conversations with teams like the 1989 San Francisco 49ers, the 1991 Washington, the 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers, the 1993 Dallas Cowboys, the 1999 St. Louis, and remembering the 2022 Buffalo Bills, now It’s not that crazy to imagine sitting in this place so many years from now. Either the Lewis Rams, or any of the all-time iconic teams.

That’s Bill’s ceiling. Whether they reach those heights remains to be seen. First, in the AFC East Miami he has to keep the Dolphins down, Kansas City he has to worry about things like keeping a playoff game against the Chiefs from going to Arrowhead again at his stadium. Two more games until the start of the season. There is a long way to go.

But until this point in the season, the Bills were completely dominant. They defeated the reigning Super Bowl champions, the Los Angeles Rams, in the opening game, and on Monday night’s stage, he beat the Tennessee Titans, his AFC’s No. 1 seed team last season, 41-7. Breaking and even better. The Titans may not be the same team this season, but it was still an impressive effort by the Bills.

Injuries kicked in and many teams started the season early to falter a bit.It’s a long season. We can’t help but be excited about where this Bills season is headed.

Bill rules the Titans

Bills fans were roaring even before the opening kickoff, excited about the team’s potential to take home the first Super Bowl championship in franchise history. The Bills then drove downfield, where fullback Reggie Gilliam broke a tackle, took a short pass from Josh Allen for a touchdown, and scored on the first possession.

The Titans then answered with a rushing touchdown from Derrick Henry, but it would be a long time before we saw more signs of life from Tennessee’s attack. Bills may have the best defense in his NFL this season.

They may have the best offense in the NFL.

The Bills were equally good on both sides of the ball against the Titans, but the offense is what everyone talks about. Allen threw three touchdowns to Stefon Diggs. One of his was an impromptu play in which Allen spun right back and found Diggs in his zone in the end at 4 and 1. He then rolled up and threw deep to Diggs in the middle of the field for a 46-yard touchdown. Shortly after the third quarter, Diggs scored another touchdown.

It was 148 yards out for the night when Diggs scored his third touchdown. At that point, the Titans as a team he had 112 yards. Allen took his seat near the end of the 3rd quarter and the game got out of hand. In just under three quarters, he tallied 317 passing yards and four touchdowns.

With 8:33 remaining in the third quarter, something strange happened. Bills was sent to punt his team. It was the first time the Bills had punted all season, about six and a half quarters later. The Titans muffed the fair catch and Buffalo recovered.

Everything is going well for Buffalo at the beginning of this season.

Stephon Diggs and the Buffalo Bills put in a great performance in their victory over the Titans. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)

Bills defense looks good

The Bills defense shut Henry down and the Titans no longer counter-punched. Henry was just 25 yards on 13 carries. Ryan Tannehill passed for just 117 yards and his passer rating gave him a 32.7. Part of that is Titans, but ask the Rams. The Bills’ defense is really hard to beat.

The Titans gained 75 yards on their first drive and 42 combined yards on their next six possessions. Here are the Titans possessions from Henry’s touchdown to Tannehill’s elimination from the game. Punt, punt, end of half, punt, punt, intercept, intercept. The Titans simply couldn’t find a way to move the ball.

The defense team also got into the scoring team. Bills linebacker Matt Milano picked up Tannehill and returned him 43 yards for a touchdown. This gave the Bills a 41–7 lead with 3:49 left in the third quarter. The Titans pulled Tannehill at that point, giving rookie Malik Willis playing time. The Titans were never going to make a comeback at Tannehill, and he was often under pressure from the Bills’ pass rush.

The Bills’ offense, led by Allen and Diggs, is enough to make them a dangerous team in the playoffs.The defense alone can win many games with a mediocre offense on the other side.Combining the two And Bills could be entering a special season.

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