When Josh Allen plays like this, the Buffalo Bills don’t need much from their run game. This isn’t to say they were bad but they just weren’t really asked to do anything. In Week 8 against the Patriots, Devin Singletary and Zack Moss combined for 28 rushing attempts.
This week, their top two backs had only 11 rushing attempts for 19 yards while Zack Moss did find the end zone on one of those attempts. They also got involved in the passing game by combining for five receptions and 63 yards.
It is hard to give them a high grade but they shouldn’t be penalized in a game where they aren’t asked to do much.
The depth of the wide receiver position was on full display this week as Josh Allen was able to move the ball around. The Bills had five receivers catch at least one pass with Stefon Diggs leading the way with nine receptions for 118 yards but didn’t find the endzone.
While Diggs led the team in receptions and receiving yards, there is a case to be made that John Brown was the best wide receiver in this offense. He had eight receptions for 99 yards and made a key first down on 3rd and 16.
The Bills also saw Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie catch touchdowns from Josh Allen while Cole Beasley finished with three receptions for 39 yards.