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Quarterback, Josh Allen, and the Buffalo Bills beat the Los Angeles Rams 35-32, but it wasn’t easy. The Bills were up 21-3 at halftime. However, they were trailing by four with under five minutes to go after the Rams made a comeback. Allen led a 15 play, 75-yard drive, and found tight end, Tyler Kroft, in the endzone for the win. With the win at home, the Buffalo Bills have now improved to 3-0 and the Los Angeles Rams fall to 2-1.
Allen threw for 311 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception. He also ran four times for eight yards and ran in for a touchdown. Allen connected with wide receiver, Cole Beasley, six times for 100 yards, and wide receiver, Gabriel Davis four times for 81 yards.
Allen, 24, was selected by the Buffalo Bills with the 7th pick in the 2018 NFL draft. Allen played college ball at Wyoming, for three years, where he was named to the All-Mountain West second team in 2016. The young quarterback has thrown for 5,892 passing yards and 40 touchdowns in his career. Allen also benefits from his mobility, running for 1,216 yards and 18 touchdowns. According to Field Yates, Allen has become the first player in NFL history to throw for 10 touchdowns and run for two touchdowns in his team’s first three games of a season.
The Buffalo Bills will go on to face the Las Vegas Raiders in week four. The Raiders were heading into week three 2-0, but fell to the New England Patriots, 36-20. The game will take place in Las Vegas.