Malcolm Butler makes second interception of Josh Allen

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Josh Allen entered Tuesday night having thrown one interception this season. He has thrown two tonight.

Malcolm Butler has both.

The Titans cornerback intercepted Allen’s first pass of the night and returned it 29 yards to the Buffalo 16. Two plays later, Ryan Tannehill threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Brown for an early 7-0 lead.

With 3:26 remaining in the third quarter, Allen underthrew a pass to Gabriel Davis that Butler picked. Butler had a 68-yard return, bracing himself with his hand to avoid going down on a tackle, and setting up the Titans at the Buffalo 12.

The Bills had the Titans stopped on third down, but officials threw a flag on Quinton Jefferson for roughing.

Tight end Jonnu Smith caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Tannehill on the next play, giving the Titans a 28-10 lead.

Tannehill has thrown two touchdowns and run for another.

11 responses to “Malcolm Butler makes second interception of Josh Allen

  1. Umm, Josh Allen is not good. Middling.

    50% passing and 2 ints. Can anyone explain why every year we get some hyped qb promoted way too soon?

  2. touchback6 says:
    October 13, 2020 at 9:37 pm
    Umm, Josh Allen is not good. Middling.

    50% passing and 2 ints. Can anyone explain why every year we get some hyped qb promoted way too soon?
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    SHHHHHH! Don’t tell Buffalo fans they believe they got another Kelly!

  3. With 3:26 remaining in the third quarter, Allen underthrew a pass to Gabriel Davis that Butler picked.
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    It was a 13yd pass, how does a guy that can throw the ball 70yds underthrow a 13yd pass?

  4. touchback6 says:
    October 13, 2020 at 9:37 pm
    Umm, Josh Allen is not good. Middling.

    50% passing and 2 ints. Can anyone explain why every year we get some hyped qb promoted way too soon?

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    Compare his stats to Jarrett Stidham who has 3 ints in 17 attempts and Allen looks like Johnny Unitas

  5. The 2nd INT was a bad pass from Allen. The 1st was his WR (punt returner Andre Roberts) popping a decent pass up into the air and right into the hands of the DB. And Allen’s only other INT this season was the phantom one from the Rams game. Seriously, look up the clip. It’s a classic “50 drunks in the bar all agree that was a terrible call” kind of plays. Allen has 3 INTs this season but only 1 was a bad throw. The Bills played like crap and earned the loss, despite a litany of terrible calls from the refs and questionable activity from the Titans over the last 2 weeks. They did nothing wrong, but activated 2 starters on gameday from the COVID list and they were good to go with “zero practice”? Right. The NFL allowing a classic “Music City Miracle” illegal forward pass at the end of a game that was already over was icing on the cake. The Bills and Allen will get killed in the media this week but it’s OK. They needed to be humbled. And they will be back.

  6. Wonder what kind of impact Butler could have had if Belichik hadn’t held him out of that SB they lost? Hmmmm…

  7. dohczeppelin says:
    October 14, 2020 at 12:30 am

    The 2nd INT was a bad pass from Allen. The 1st was his WR (punt returner Andre Roberts) popping a decent pass up into the air and right into the hands of the DB.
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    You could say it was a “decent pass.” Or you could say it was a short pass thrown with way too much heat when touch was required.

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