Buffalo Bills: 3 top takeaways from Week 6 loss to Kansas City Chiefs
Buffalo Bills offense sputters
Recording only 206 yards as a team on Tuesday, offensive miscues, poor throws, and drops were the themes for the Bills’ offense.
Through four weeks, Josh Allen was a name held in the same conversation as Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, and Patrick Mahomes for the MVP race. If these past two weeks have proven anything, it is that there is still work that needs to be done on the offensive side of the ball.
Going 14 of 27 on the day for 122 yards, a pair of touchdowns and an interception resemble the stat line of ‘rookie year Josh Allen’ and less of what we have seen him capable of doing this year. The 122 passing yards is a far cry from the 415 yard game against the Miami Dolphins, his 311 yard game against the Los Angeles Rams, and his other notable performances.
Though the blame for the offensive inefficiency does not hang solely on his shoulders as John Brown failed to record a single catch on five targets, Tyler Bass missed a field goal to tie the game at 13 at the half and Singletary’s prolonged efficiency in the run game allowed Kansas City to hang around.
Facing off against a Jets defense that is no slouch given their record, Josh Allen and Brian Daboll will have to go back to the well that they visited the first four weeks and get the unit clicking again.