Despite what some might say, the Buffalo Bills had one of their prettiest wins of the season on Sunday when they handily beat the Denver Broncos by 17 points. The win was so pretty that there was a plethora of great stats to showcase—the Broncos didn’t complete a pass to a wide receiver in the second half, they only had 49 net passing yards in the whole game, the Bills rushed for nearly 300 yards, the most since 2016—but i’m choosing to highlight the offense’s performance over the last two weeks.
Josh Allen led the #GoBills to their second straight 400-yard game. It's their first back-to-back 400-yard games in the McDermott era. pic.twitter.com/SHz7FrU176— Buffalo Rumblings (@BuffRumblings) November 25, 2019
The Bills’ offense put up 400 yards again on Sunday making it two weeks in a row that they’ve reached that milestone. They haven’t done that since 2016, before Sean McDermott was the head coach. These back-to-back weeks of impressive offensive performances is one of the clearest signs that Brian Daboll and Josh Allen have the offense moving in the right direction.