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Bills Links, 9/10: An embarassing start to the 2018 season for Buffalo

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Not many positives following a 47-3 loss to open the season

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The Buffalo Bills started the 2018 season in embarassing fashion with a 47-3 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. There is plenty of coverage from Sunday’s game in today’s edition of the Bills Links, including Nathan Peterman, Josh Allen, Tremaine Edmunds and more. You can also find Sean McDermott’s post-game press conference, where the head coach claims that he “needs to watch the tape” before talking about his quarterback for next week’s match-up with the Los Angeles Chargers.


[BN] Blitz newsletter: Bills ‘should be embarrassed’ by opening effort – The Buffalo News
Its going to be a dreary Monday in Western New York. Rain is in the forecast, and the collective spirit of the region has been dampened by the worst season opener in Buffalo Bills' history.

McDermott: "We've got a lot to learn" - BuffaloBills.com
Bills HC Sean McDermott talks to the media following the team's game against the Ravens. McDermott discusses how the team needs to learn from its mistakes and why the game got away from them early on.

Vic Carucci: No need to ‘look at the tape’ to see the obvious at Bills QB – The Buffalo News
Sean McDermott doesn’t need to consult a replay for what was blatantly obvious: He overthought the QB decision, says Vic Carucci. (Subscription required.)

Peterman or Allen for Week Two? - The Bills Beat with Joe B. and Matthew Fairburn
Following the Buffalo Bills' 47-3 drubbing given to them from the Baltimore Ravens, the quarterback question remains on everyone's mind.

Joe B: 7 observations from Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Ravens (9/9/18) - WKBW.com
The Buffalo Bills entered the 2018 regular season with hope, and promptly had their doors blown off by the Baltimore Ravens.

Buffalo Bills WR Kelvin Benjamin was bad vs. Ravens and owned it | NewYorkUpstate.com
Benjamin dropped a touchdown pass from Josh Allen in loss.

Baltimore blows out Buffalo Bills: 3 reasons to be encouraged, 7 reasons to worry | NewYorkUpstate.com
Buffalo was out of the game by halftime.

Bills' Josh Allen proves he's already a better quarterback than Nathan Peterman | NewYorkUpstate.com
Who should start in Week 2 against the Chargers? Give Allen the start and see what happens.

Sal's Sticks: Bills at Ravens | WGR 550 SportsRadio
"Before I even get into the Sticks, I’ll tell you that yes, it was as miserable down on the field at M&T Bank Stadium as it may have appeared on television, and probably worse."

The day after: Helpless against the Ravens, where do Nathan Peterman and the Bills go from here? – The Athletic
The Bills have painted themselves into a corner at quarterback as Nathan Peterman is not good enough to hold down the fort while Josh Allen gets some needed time on the bench. (Subscription required.)

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