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Buffalo Bills Links, 9/28: Reflecting on win over Washington

From Josh Allen and the passing game to Micah Hyde, Jordan Poyer and the pass defense, there was plenty to like.

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Buffalo Bills fans who were worried about Josh Allen and the offense should be feeling much better after Sunday’s 43-21 home trouncing of the Washington Football Team.

Today’s edition of the Bills daily links leads off with final thoughts on what we liked from Buffalo’s first home win of 2021, including Allen directing a dynamic Bills’ offense and great performances from offensive playmakers Emmanuel Sanders, Cole Beasley, Dawson Knox, and Zack Moss, to defensive stalwarts Matt Milano, Tre’Davious White, Micah Hyde, and Jordan Poyer.

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Position grades, report cards, observations from win over Washington

Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll called an incredible game, the Bills’ offense stepped up and delivered a well-balanced performance in honor of Daboll’s late grandmother, the offensive line turned back a potent Washington pass rush, Buffalo’s defense continues to be especially stingy vs. the deep passing game, the third-down and run defense was suffocating, and more!

Josh Allen puts on a show in Week 3

For the first time in 2021, Josh Allen and the Bills’ offense resembled the record-setting offense that amassed a franchise-best 501 points during the 2020 season. We analyze how Allen, who threw for four touchdowns, rushed for another and finished with 358 passing yards, wound up with a perfect quarterback grade, discuss how Allen and the offense erased any concerns about their early season performances, find out how Allen was able to return to his MVP-caliber of play, and more.

Offense dedicates game to memory of Brian Daboll’s grandmother

Allen said the Bills “wanted to go and execute and play well” for Daboll, whose grandmother, Ruth Kirsten, passed away on Wednesday. They followed through with their best, most balanced performance of 2021.

Odds and ends

We examine why linebacker Matt Milano is playing like the best linebacker in the league, discuss how the Bills are tied for the lead in the NFL in scoring differential, find out how many points Buffalo is favored by in its Week 4 matchup with the Houston Texans, and more.