Joey Bosa’s efforts not enough for Chargers as Bills win 27-17

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The Bills couldn’t stop Joey Bosa, but the Chargers defensive end wasn’t enough to stop Buffalo from winning.

Bosa had eight tackles, three sacks, five quarterback hits, six tackles for loss, a pass defensed and a fumble recovery, but the Bills won anyway. Buffalo never trailed in winning 27-17.

The Chargers ended the game on the Bills’ 1-yard line.

It was that kind of day (and that kind of season) for Los Angeles.

The Chargers fell to 3-8 with another frustrating loss, while the Bills improved to 8-3.

Josh Allen went 18-of-24 for 157 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Receiver Cole Beasley also threw a touchdown pass on a trick play.

Gabriel Davis caught three passes for 79 yards and the 20-yard touchdown pass from Beasley.

The Bills ran for 172 yards, with Devin Singletary gaining 82 yards on 11 carries and Zack Moss went for 59 yards on nine carries.

Buffalo turned the ball over on three consecutive drives in the second half, with two fumbles and an interception, to keep the Chargers in it.

Justin Herbert was 31-of-52 for 316 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Austin Ekeler caught 11 passes for 85 yards in his return and ran for 44 yards on 14 carries.

Tre'Davious White‘s pick of Herbert with 5:17 left allowed the Bills to kick a field goal that put them up two scores with 3:26 left.

9 responses to “Joey Bosa’s efforts not enough for Chargers as Bills win 27-17

  1. Chargers couldn’t stop the Bills running game so they most likely wouldn’t have won anyways, BUT, their inept HC Lynn gives them virtually no chance with his disastrous use of timeouts and complete lack of competent clock management. I’m not sue I’ve seen worse play calling in more critical situations than they had today. He’s gotta go.

  2. Bills got to play lots better than that if they’re going to get out of the first round of the Playoffs. Win is a W, but time is getting short. Go Bills!

  3. How many desperation jump balls are the Bills giving away this season? Man, this defense is in no way striking fear into anyone.

  4. The Bills run game finally came through with Singletary running for 7.5 YPC and Moss 6.6 YPC.
    Brian Daboll’s play calling was suspect today, but I guess a win is a win. The Offense needs to cut back on turnovers… it’s becoming an issue lately. If they fix that and become a bit more consistent they’ll be tough to beat.

  5. Bills DBs need a voley-ball coach. Spike it bro’

    Good win today. Next time the back up QB steps up cold from the bench, call a run play or, you know try to assing a blocker to their best pass rusher, just saying.

  6. Not a great win. But a 10 point victory with all those mistakes? Not the same old Bills. This team is learning how to win. Go Bills!

  7. billsfaninmiami says:
    November 29, 2020 at 4:51 pm
    Bills got to play lots better than that if they’re going to get out of the first round of the Playoffs. Win is a W, but time is getting short. Go Bills!
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    The D played well and they ran the ball well, two aspects of this team that were completely missing in the first half of the season. I feel better about how they will fare down the stretch into December based on that

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