Bills are always perfect

Bills are always perfect

The Bills signed a third win in as many weeks, after defeating the Los Angeles Rams 35-32 on Sunday in Buffalo.

It wasn't easy, however, as the California squad took advantage of a dropped ball from quarterback Josh Allen to take the lead for the first time in the game, with less than three remaining. minutes to go to the party.

Wanting to redeem his mistake, Allen walked across the field and found Tyler Kroft in the winning zone for the victory.

The third-year pivot thus obtained his fourth touchdown pass of the game. He also amassed a middle finger with his legs. In the end, he completed 24 of his 33 attempted passes for 311 yards.

For the Rams, this is their first loss in 2020. Delayed by 18 points at the half, they were much better in the next two quarters, amassing 29 points. Quarterback Jarred Goff had 321 yards and two touchdowns, while running back Darrell Henderson Jr. had 114 yards on 20 carries and had a major.

Nick Chubb still does the job

In Cleveland, running back Nick Chubb scored two majors and the Browns defeated the Washington football team by a score of 34-20.

This is the second week in a row that the running back has crossed the goal line twice. He is only the second Browns player to do so in 30 years.

In today's matchup, Chubb ran the ball 19 times for gains of 108 yards.

Quarterback Baker Mayfield, meanwhile, had 69.5 percent of his passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns.

As for the American capital team, pivot Dwayne Haskins Jr. suffered three interceptions and dropped two balls, one of which was recovered by his rivals.

In short

The Pittsburgh Steelers maintained their perfect record, disposing of the Houston Texans 28-21.

Despite the absence of several regulars, including quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, the San Francisco 49ers easily beat the New York Giants 36-9.

A 55-yard field goal from Stephen Gostkowski in the dying seconds of the game saw the Tennessee Titans defeat the Minnesota Vikings 31-30.

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