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Buffalo Bills move to 7-2 with 44-34 win over Seahawks

Nov 8, 2020; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (13) celebrates with teammates wide receiver Stefon Diggs (14) and wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie (19) after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Bills Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 8, 2020; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (13) celebrates with teammates wide receiver Stefon Diggs (14) and wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie (19) after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Bills Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports /
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The Buffalo Bills move to 7-2 on the season with a 44-34 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

The Buffalo Bills come away with their biggest win of the season leading the entire way as they went on to beat the Seattle Seahawks 44-34. These are some of the highlights from the Buffalo Bills performance in Week 9 against the Seattle Seahawks.

Buffalo Bills Offense

The Buffalo Bills offense was pretty much Josh Allen and was reminiscent of how this group looked over the first four weeks of the season. The Bills quarterback would go on to throw for 415 passing yards, three passing touchdowns, and add one more touchdown on the ground. He also completed 82% of his passes.

One of the reasons Allen was so effective was that he moved the ball around and got almost all his wide receivers involved. Stefon Diggs led the way with nine receptions for 118 yards but John Brown had 99 receiving yards and one touchdown, rookie Gabriel Davis had 70 yards and one touchdown. The other two players to catch touchdowns would be Isaiah McKenzie and Tyler Kroft.

Buffalo Bills Defense

There is no question that this was the Bills’ defense best performance, even though the Seahawks had 34 points. While there were some lapses and miscommunication, which Russell Wilson did capitalize on, this group basically won at every level.

The defense held the Seahawks offense to 57 rushing yards, forced four turnovers, and sacked Russell Wilson five times. This is the type of performance that the defense can build off of heading into the second half of the season.

Key Moment of the Game #1

The key moment of this game came actually in the first quarter of this game. The Buffalo Bills had jumped out to a 14-0 lead but the Seattle Seahawks were driving getting down to the five yard line. The Bills were able to force a fourth down and the Seahawks elected to go for it.

This ended up proving to be costly as Russell Wilson would end up being picked off by safety Jordan Poyer in the end zone. The Bills would end up scoring a field goal on their next drive and what appeared to be setting up to be a one-score game was stretched to three scores in a short period of time.

Key Moment of the Game #2

While I try to find that one key moment, this week against the Seahawks there really were two moments that helped secure the Buffalo Bills win. In the second half, the Seahawks continued to put pressure on the Bills and were able to cut their lead down to a touchdown late in the third quarter.

The Buffalo Bills offense was able to respond with a long drive that almost came to an end when they faced a 3rd and 16. Thankfully, John Brown came through with a big catch and run for 33 yards that got them all the way down to the three yard line.

After a pass interference penalty in the end zone on the Seahawks, Zack Moss got the carry and found the end zone, which was his third rushing touchdown in the past two weeks.

Player of the Game: A.J. Klein

The first eight weeks with the Buffalo Bills has not gone very well for A.J. Klein as the veteran linebacker has been asked to play a bigger role on this defense with the injury to Matt Milano. However, on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, A.J. Klein was one of the best players on a defense that played very well.

He finished the game with five total tackles, two sacks, one tackle for a loss, one pass defended and a forced fumble on his second sack. That play was the one that really helped stretch the lead late that the Seattle Seahawks were not able to overcome.

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Next Game: The Buffalo Bills hit the road to face the Arizona Cardinals in their last game before their bye week.