The Buffalo Bills were far from perfect Thursday night. That’s what scares the rest of the NFL.
Things aren’t going well for other teams in the NFL who haven’t played the Los Angeles Rams this season, flipped four times, and played explosive three-quarters. The Bills he won by 21 margins.
The Bills have been heard to be Super Bowl favorites all offseason, but they pulled off a stunning 31-10 win Thursday night. Josh Allen was a Surgeon. He was 26/31 for his 297 yards. The offensive line disabled Aaron Donald for the most part. The defense barely blitzed, but put a lot of pressure on Matthew Stafford by rushing his four. The bill dismissed him seven times. The Rams had less than 150 yards on offense through the fourth quarter. The Bills outscored the Rams with his 413-243.
The night the Rams unveiled their championship banner, the Bills looked just like a Super Bowl team. Without a few resales, it would have been a much bigger demolition. of the current champion. in Los Angeles.
Watch out, NFL. Bills could be something special this season.
Bills have dominant performance
The Bills looked like the dominant team from the game’s first few snaps. They couldn’t get away from their ways.
Buffalo turned inside out three times in the first half. Isiah McKenzie should have pulled the pass, but linebacker Terrell Lewis took it away from him for an interception. Rookie running back James Cook fumbled on his first NFL carry. And Rams cornerback Troy Hill played great with a pass over the middle for another interception.
It helped keep the Rams in the game. A beautiful touchdown at the back of his zone at the end of the Cooper Cup and Matt Gay scoring his goal on his 57-yard field at the end of halftime saw Los Angeles tie 10-10 with him going into halftime. proceeded. The Rams had to feel lucky. The Bills were a much better team, but couldn’t pull away in the first half.
It’s plausible that last season’s champions will adapt in the second half and the star’s band will look better. , scored a touchdown. It was clear that the first half wouldn’t be much different than the first half, and eventually the dam would break.
The Rams couldn’t keep up with the Bills
The Rams had a plan on defense and they followed through on it as best they could. It’s going to be hard to pull off everything Bills is good at.
The Rams played a lot of soft zones and took deep games away from Allen. It was fine for Allen, who kept taking what the Rams gave him. He completed his 23 of his 26 passes in the first. He didn’t hit deep downfield and didn’t even try to break through his 3 of 4. It was a sign of a mature quarterback who was impatient and didn’t take pressure. He kept picking up first downs. Allen forced the Rams to impatience and the Bills took over.
Finally, an opportunity to start the 4th quarter presented itself when the Rams had a blitz and weren’t helped by a deep safety. Gabriel Davis recorded his 47-yard catch on the post pattern. Allen ended the drive by taking off and running — he did it often and received a horrendous amount of punishment — and crossed the goal line into the ball when he was hit by linebacker Bobby Wagner. reached. As a result, the score was 24-10 for him. It looks like it could have been worse for the Rams.
Stafford then threw an interception, Stephon Diggs ran in zone coverage on Jalen Ramsey, and Allen darted him for a 53-yard touchdown. The rout continued.
This result won’t say much about the Rams this season. They load again and are very good. Thursday night’s results were on the bill. They were touted as Super Bowl favorites throughout the offseason. They looked part of the season opener.