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Buffalo Bills show no mercy and crush the Tennessee Titans

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What seemed like an even game ended in a party for the buffalo bills in the Highmark Stadiumbecause the team led by Sean McDermott crushed with a score of 7-41 the Tennessee Titans who start their season with a 0-2.

The Bills they scored their second victory of the year in a resounding way; just as they did on the day of the kickoff against Los Angeles Ramsa team that they defeated with a score of 31-10.

Josh Allen he threw for 317 yards and four touchdown passes. Also, he completed 26 passes in 38 attempts, but the defense of the Bills It was the one that looked the most after humiliating Ryan Tannehil, who was intercepted twice and only threw for 117 yards to be replaced by the rookie Malik Willis.

Bills exploit their defense and offense in the third quarter

The game started evenly, because in the first offensive series, both teams entered the diagonals. Josh Allen threw a pass to Reggie Gilliam to open the scoring, but the runner Derrick Henry managed to enter the diagonals to tie the duel.

For the second quarter, the Bill’se went up on the scoreboard with a field goal from Tyler Bass and another touchdown pass from Josh Allen to Stefon Diggs.

However, in the third quarter, the Bills they exploded on offense and defense. Josh Allen sent his third touchdown pass of the night with Stefon Diggs and the defense twice stopped the titans of Ryan Tannehillwho was intercepted twice and was substituted by Malik Willis.

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The Bills took advantage of interceptions and a fumble by the titans to add 17 more points. A field goal, a touchdown pass from Allen to Stefon Diggs and a defensive pick six ended up burying some titans who lived a nightmare in Buffalo.

Chilling moment on the Bills

A chilling moment was experienced in the Highmark Stadium, house of the buffalobills, after the cornerback, Dan Jackson, suffered a terrible neck injury in the second quarter against the Tennessee Titans.

jackson collided with his teammate Tremaine Edmunds with a minute to go in the second quarter. In the incident, the defender’s neck snapped horribly backwards, forcing him to leave the game.

The ambulance appeared on the field of play, after the referees asked them to help the player from the Bills. Likewise, all the fans that gathered at the venue were seen praying for Jackson.

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