Bills welcome return of “offense we know and love”

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The Bills beat the Dolphins 35-0 in Week Two, but they didn’t come out of the blowout win feeling great about their offense.

Week Three was a different story. The Bills scored points eight of the 11 times they had the ball before running out the clock at the end of the game and quarterback Josh Allen produced five touchdowns over the course of the afternoon.

It’s the fifth time in his career that Allen has thrown for at least 300 yards and four touchdowns and safety Micah Hyde said after the game that the performance was what the team has grown accustomed to seeing over the last few years.

“That’s the offense we know and love,” Hyde said, via Tim Graham of TheAthletic.com.

The Bills will try to keep things rolling against the Texans next week and then they’ll head to Kansas City for a chance at a better result than they achieved at Arrowhead Stadium in last season’s AFC Championship Game.

6 responses to “Bills welcome return of “offense we know and love”

  1. Whatever Defenses are doing to keep Mahomes and Hill in check, the Bills need to do that!! Pressure on the QB would be a great start. I was a little shocked that the Bills could not get to Heinicke

  2. At this rate, the WFT defense is rapidly becoming the defense that every other offense in the league will come to “know and love.” All that hype for this defense coming into the season and it just isn’t there.

    The Bills will be fine – but don’t get all excited about that offense finding its way until they play a real defense – and the WFT defense is just not it.

  3. This window is wide open. They’d better walk through this year. I thought they blew it last year because they had the best roster last year too. This year, they seem even more talented. When those windows close, it’s hard to win one as teams like Seattle and the Eagles have demonstrated.

  4. Matt Milano is a star. He could have made more money but resigned with the Bills. The Bill’s locker room is full of happy talent. Defensively the Bills are as impressive as their offence. Special teams has been good too. The run game needs improving, but with Josh Allen, who needs to run the ball?

  5. billsmafia772 says:
    September 27, 2021 at 8:39 am
    Whatever Defenses are doing to keep Mahomes and Hill in check, the Bills need to do that!! Pressure on the QB would be a great start. I was a little shocked that the Bills could not get to Heinicke
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    Rewatch the game. The plan was clearly to contain him, not get to him and make him beat them from the pocket. Heinicke is much more dangerous outside the pocket.

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