Josh Allen is leading the Bills to a dominating season.

Kendis MacLeod, Sports Writer

The Bills won over the Packers 27-12 last Sunday October 30th, continuing their win streak.

Buffalo Bills win over the 3-5 Packers with Josh Allen throwing 13-25 , 218 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.

The win over the Packers is a good one as it shows the potential of the team by defeating such an athletic team. Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, threw 19-30, 203 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

Many players scored that night including tight end Dawson Knox.

“Quarterback Josh Allen starts under center. At the snap, Allen does a play fake and rolls left. Tight end Dawson Knox holds up his man and then releases out for a pass (no one picks up Knox). Now slowed by Knox, the defender chases Allen as he rolls left, at which point Allen pump fakes while running up the sideline. While Allen runs upfield, there isn’t a single defender covering Knox, who has made it all the way to the back of the end zone. Allen then throws to an open Knox for the touchdown,” says Buffalo Bills Analyst Darrell Lane.

Stefon Diggs was having an amazing game against the Packers going six receptions, 108 yards and one touchdown.

He was matched up with Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander, and it was an intense match.

“Buffalo’s second score involved some incredible work by both Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs. Before the snap, Allen’s in the shotgun with Diggs in the slot. At the snap, Allen plays fakes to running back Devin Singletary. He looks right to his first read, then glances up the middle to second read—and looks right again to throw towards Diggs while bracing for a hit. Diggs separates from the cornerback down the field and adjusts low for the catch, which results in another six for the offense,” says Lane.

Isaiah Mckenzie also scored a two yard touchdown giving the Buffalo Bills another lead to their score.

“The play starts with Allen under center, receiver Isaiah McKenzie running left in motion, and running back James Cook faking right for the run. Nearly the entire offensive line (minus the left tackle) blocks right, and the defense flows left to pursue where they think the ball is going,” says Lane.