NEW ORLEANS – Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes with a 260-yard gain, steering the Buffalo Bills into a 31-6 correction against the New Orleans Saints Thursday night.
“Our coach always talks about being a caliber in the playoffs, and that’s the kind of team we want to be,” Allen said. We want to be the best version of ourselves, every time we step onto the field. “
Dawson Knox earned two touchdown passes, setting a team record for a team dip with seven majors in a season. His second touchdown gave Bills a 24-0 lead (7-4).
Stefon Diggs had seven passes for 74 yards and one touchdown. Running back Matt Breda converted a short pass to a major for 23 yards.
Diggs totally mock Lattimore
“Losing the way we did last weekend can be frustrating at times,” said Bales defensive end Mario Addison. You have to forget everything and start over. Everyone had a very good mentality before the match and we were ready. “
The Saints (5-6), who did not play star Alvin Kamara for the third game in a row, were disqualified for three quarters. They finally scored the points after an 11-yard pass from Trevor Simian to Nick Vanette.
The Buffalo defense stood out, giving the Saints just 36 yards in the first quarter, for a total of 190 at the end of the game.
New Orleans suffered a fourth loss in a row and topped 361-190 in total yards.
The confrontation showed how limited the Saints’ attack was due to Camara’s injuries and the reception of star Michael Thomas, who has not played this season.
Time for the post-game meal!
The Saints were 5-2 as quarterback James Winston opened the match. He replaced Drew Bryce, who announced his retirement last year. However, Winston injured his knee in the team’s last win on October 31, and he will miss the rest of the season.
“We felt before the game that we needed to be more aggressive because we knew how effective the Bills attack was,” said Saints coach Sean Payton. We couldn’t beat teams like this by scoring 14 or 17 points. “
Simian completed 17 of his 29 passes for 163 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Taysom Hill, who came back from a foot injury, was in the squad but didn’t play.
Most of the fans left the Caesars Superdome early in the fourth quarter, leaving a strong group of Bills fans to celebrate their team’s victory.
Tre’Davious White is injured
Bills Cornerback Tre’Davious White was unable to complete the game with a knee injury in the second quarter.
He was injured while covering Marquis Calaway’s wide receiver. He descended limping off the field and visibly frustrated on the sidelines, before retreating to the locker room.
White is one of the best defensive players on the team and it was a huge loss. He was replaced by Dane Jackson as his team led 10-0.
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