This was the game the Buffalo Bills have been waiting all season for. When the Bills selected Zack Moss in the NFL Draft, they saw a balanced backfield with power from Moss but elusive, change of pace from Devin Singletary.
That is exactly what they got in this game as both running backs went over 80 rushing yards. However, Moss was the difference maker this week as he found the end zone twice, which was his first career rushing touchdown.
In a game where the passing game wasn’t needed, or really utilized, it is hard to give high marks here. Stefon Diggs finished as the receiving leader with six receptions for 92 yards, including a big 41-yard reception in the third quarter.
As for Cole Beasley, he finished with two receptions for 24 yards while John Brown had one reception for 21 yards. The biggest negative this week was Gabriel Davis appearing to fail to pull in a pass that would have been a reception as it went right through his hands.