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Plays that defined the 2018 Buffalo Bills: Championship

It’s time to crown a champion play to define the 2018 season

It’s been a long and harrowing journey to crown a play to define the Buffalo Bills’ 2018 season, but we’re nearly there. After 16 game recaps and three “playoff” rounds we have our away game champion and our home game champion. The narrative of the season according to you the fans will be one of optimism. But which one will be left standing? Let’s take a look at the two remaining plays.

Away Game Champion

Josh Allen jumping over things

The Buffalo Bills were steamrolling the Vikings and Minnesota needed a stop. Through most of the first quarter, the Bills were up by 17 after turnovers and an offense that took advantage. Ready to make a stop, the Vikings could have started to rally back. Josh Allen took over and Buffalo never looked back. This play won the away games championship with one of the closer margins of late, a scant 10% advantage over the incomplete to Charles Clay. The will to win from Allen might be the yarn of the year.


Home Game Champion

Josh Allen to Robert Foster 75-yard touchdown

And for the Home Games, the Josh Allen 75-yard touchdown throw to Robert Foster started as the sixth seed but cruised to easy victories in every round. Tripling the vote count of a reception from the beloved Kyle Williams, this play could be unstoppable. A narrow victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars hinged on just a few key plays. Fans seem drawn to the poise and accuracy of this miraculous throw. A subtext of revenge over Jalen Ramsey and the Jacksonville Jaguars adds another layer that could be the difference in this Championship contest.


Which play will henceforth be known as the one that defines the 2018 Buffalo Bills season?

This poll is closed

  • 50%
    Josh Allen jumping over things
    (238 votes)
  • 49%
    Josh Allen to Robert Foster 75-yard touchdown
    (230 votes)
468 votes total Vote Now