Buffalo Bills: Report card from Week 9 win over Seattle Seahawks

Bills quarterback Josh Allen lifts receiver Isaiah McKenzie after his 25-yard touchdown reception against the Seattle. The Bills went on to win 44-34.Jg 110820 Bills 2
Bills quarterback Josh Allen lifts receiver Isaiah McKenzie after his 25-yard touchdown reception against the Seattle. The Bills went on to win 44-34.Jg 110820 Bills 2 /
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Bills quarterback Josh Allen lifts receiver Isaiah McKenzie after his 25-yard touchdown reception against the Seattle. The Buffalo Bills went on to win 44-34.Jg 110820 Bills 2 /

These are the position grades for the Buffalo Bills from Week 9.

The Buffalo Bills faced one of their toughest opponents in Week 9 as they played the Seattle Seahawks, one of the best in the NFC. They rose to the challenge as they came away with a 44-34 win over the Seahawks.

This was one of the most complete games the Buffalo Bills have had this season, in terms of big performances on offense, defense, and special teams, and the grades reflect that.

Quarterback

Josh Allen was playing at a high level during the first four weeks, to the point he was a legitimate MVP candidate, but the way he played in Week 9 may be his best performance of the season to date.

The biggest improvement Josh Allen has made this year is his accuracy and that was on full display as he completed over 80% of his passes while throwing for 415 yards, three passing touchdowns, and one rushing touchdown.

The most important number though is zero, as in no turnovers in Week 9 against the Seahawks. When comparing that to the four that Russell Wilson had, the turnover differential could be the one number that decided the outcome of this game.

Grade: A+