Jermaine Wiggins Was Awfully Confident Vikings Would Beat Bills In Week 3

Jermaine Wiggins Was Awfully Confident Vikings Would Beat Bills In Week 3

Jermaine Wiggins Was Awfully Confident Vikings Would Beat Bills In Week 3

The statistics in the 27-0 first-half debacle didn't lie: Buffalo owned edges of 13-2 in first downs and 80-12 in rushing yards, and it held the ball for 21 of the 30 minutes.

Wilson had quarterback Josh Allen well wrapped up as he began the takedown, when defensive tackle Linval Joseph joined the effort with a lowered head.

I buried them last week and was sure this article would be about how disgusted I was with the franchise.

"I want to give credit to the staff and players with getting on the same page with what we're trying to get done", McDermott said.

Through two weeks, the Bills might legitimately be the worst team in the NFL.

Josh Allen played with the poise of a well-seasoned quarterback by accounting for three touchdowns for the Bills in his first road start in the National Football League, making Cousins look like the raw rookie in a 27-6 upset of the Vikings on Sunday afternoon. It appears that Davis' leaving may have woken up a sleeping giant. The Bills defense got a pair of sacks and forced a pair of fumbles on Kirk Cousins.

The Bills capitalized on the breaks, and the rout was on.

Through the first three games of 2018, the same issues have popped up - win, loss or tie - couched by the same buzzword to describe the overarching nature of what's causing mistakes on defense: miscommunication. The stadium roof caved in during a snowstorm the following weekend, when Brett Favre's consecutive games started streak also ended at 297 when the Vikings had to play their next home game in Detroit. "We have a really young and talented team, but we can't just roll the ball out there and expect to win". What an absolute embarrassment of a game by a Super Bowl 'contender'. No, but it was huge, nonetheless. "It has nothing to do with who it was, a tight end, wide receivers, running back, it doesn't make a difference". Later, on third-and-9, Allen hurdled over Barr to land past the first-down marker. "I obviously didn't do a well enough job preparing this football team for this game".

It seemed all the odds were stacked against rookie quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills. I can't tell you we should have done this and done that. Let's just hope he can remain on the right track, first. "They were able to hit us in some spots that we were unfamiliar with, not being in those types of positions, so they took advantage of it". That led to Allen's 1-yard run. With patience and persistence, I have no doubt Allen can. Very "game-manager" of him.

Where can the Bills go from here?

There was plenty to like from the Bills in their 27-6 rout of the Vikings. It's still early in the season and this Sunday presents a huge challenge for the Bills.

Bills: Play at Green Bay next Sunday.

I'm not expecting a victory over the Packers, but then again, I don't expect anything with the Bills.

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