The Buffalo Bills special teams made their presence felt on the opening kickoff when Andre Roberts took a kick return 60 yards. This set the Bills up to score the first touchdown of the game after only three plays. This play helped set the tone for the offense and the Buffalo Bills were able to keep the momentum almost the entire game.
As for the kicking specialists, Tyler Bass had another good game making three of four field goal attempts and all five of his extra point attempts. The only miss came at the end of the first half when he failed to connect on a 61-yard attempt.
As for Corey Bojorquez, he only had two punts in this game with one touchback and an average of 53.5 yards.
Buffalo Bills Week 9 Team Grade
The Buffalo Bills entered this game in the first place of the AFC East at 6-2 but were still looking for that statement game to validate their place as one of the best teams in the AFC. They made that statement and got that win against the Seattle Seahawks.
The Bills did it in ways that fans haven’t seen since the early 1990s with Jim Kelly under center. There is no question that when everything is working, this offense can compete with any team in the NFL. The Seattle Seahawks were one of those offenses and the way Josh Allen was playing it put the pressure on them to score every drive, instead of the other way around.
There is certainly plenty of room for improvement and there were a few plays that there were some blown assignments and miscommunications that the Seahawks seized on. While this is something they will work on, the Buffalo Bills achieved what they needed to with a big win in Week 9.