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Plays that defined 2019 Buffalo Bills: Away games semifinals

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The Away games “conference” moves on to the second round

The tournament continues! The away games “conference” has been cut in half and we’re left with four options in our quest to crown a play that can be used to define the entirety of the 2019 Buffalo Bills season. As a reminder, the idea is to select the play that better illustrates the season, which may not be the best highlight.


Josh Allen fourth-down conversion

Our top-seeded away game has the comeback kid Josh Allen doing his thing. While there was no need to come back on the scoreboard, Allen pulled this play back from the dead. He’s like a claw machine digging the ball out.

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Josh Allen to John Brown for 40 yards

The lone upset of the four away games, behold the Buffalo Bills stealing the souls of thousands of Pittsburgh Steelers fans. The Allen to John Brown connection is certainly not a bad way to discuss the 2019 season and especially with Matt Barkley doing...whatever this is.

Poll

Which play better defines the 2019 season?

This poll is closed

  • 89%
    The Conversion
    (127 votes)
  • 10%
    Renegade
    (15 votes)
142 votes total Vote Now

Stephen Hauschka missed field goal

Highlights dominated the bracket but this “nearly there” play squeaked in—unlike the field goal attempt. My apologies to Stephen Hauschka for the bad joke. All things considered a skin-of-the-teeth just short moment has its merits for this tournament.

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John Brown TD

Or if you prefer the skin on your teeth to go toward victory this might be the play for you. Josh Allen and John Brown (again) connected for this late touchdown to steal victory from the New York Jets.

Poll

Which play better defines the 2019 season?

This poll is closed

  • 22%
    No good
    (28 votes)
  • 77%
    John Brown FTW
    (98 votes)
126 votes total Vote Now

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