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Plays that defined the 2018 Buffalo Bills: Home and Away finals

We vote for the plays that will represent the Away games and those that will represent the Home games for the defining moment of the season

This year’s “Conference Finals” features four juggernaut plays. In the semifinals, the closest contest saw the winning play receive 75% of fan votes. The most lopsided match-up has a winner sitting at 96% of votes. Will four powerhouse plays lead to closer voting? Let’s find out as we select the two plays that will go on to the Championship Round for the honor of being called the “Play That Defined the 2018 Buffalo Bills.”

Away Games Finals

Josh Allen Incomplete to Charles Clay

The last “negative” play standing was also the play with the least comfortable margin of victory getting into the Conference Finals. Starting the bracket as the number-one seed, this play seems to be striking a chord with fans who think the 2018 season was a story of a promising young quarterback that needed a better surrounding cast to thrive.


Josh Allen jumping over things

In a similar vein, the second-ranked away game play is all about Josh Allen showing glimmers of the dynamic threat we all want him to be. In the rare game where all cylinders were firing together, Josh Allen looked unstoppable.


Which play better defines the 2018 season and should represent away games in the Championship?

This poll is closed

  • 45%
    Josh Allen incomplete to Charles Clay
    (128 votes)
  • 54%
    Josh Allen jumping over things
    (154 votes)
282 votes total Vote Now

Home Games Finals

Kyle Williams’s reception

The number-two seeded play makes it to the Conference Finals in the home games as well. Kyle Williams is the focus here, making this play an anomaly of sorts as well. The play suggests the Bills as team improving rather than just Josh Allen and could be symbolic of moving forward into the future with the underlying layer of Williams’s retirement.


Josh Allen 75-yard touchdown to Robert Foster

The big underdog for the tournament is the sixth-seeded touchdown throw. This play takes the hope for the future story line and adds a dimension of revenge against the haters. It’s hard to consider this play an underdog at this point as it took down the original top-seeded home game with 96% of the voting.


Which play better defines the 2018 season and should represent home games in the Championship

This poll is closed

  • 25%
    Kyle Williams’ reception
    (72 votes)
  • 74%
    Josh Allen to Robert Foster 75 yard touchdown
    (215 votes)
287 votes total Vote Now