These are the top takeaways from Week 12 for the Buffalo Bills.
The old saying “there are no replays on the scorecard” was extremely true today in Buffalo as the Buffalo Bills edge out the Chargers 27-17.
For a team that was coming off a bye week and a chance to be well-rested, the Buffalo Bills looked like they had too much rest. In the first quarter, they managed to rack up 17 points off a Dawson Knox TD reception and a Cole Beasley touchdown pass.
And just as the seasons changing is a given, so is the 2020 Buffalo Bills being outplayed in the second half. Giving up three turnovers in the fourth quarter and giving the Chargers prime field position many a time, somehow they hung on.
In addition, many fans had nightmare flashbacks from two weeks prior in the Bills game against Arizona as Justin Herbert completed a “hail mary” pass late in the game. When the Bills were not shooting themselves in the foot off of turnovers, they were committing penalties that did just that. Though some of the ones that were called against them were questionable, they counted against them nevertheless.
Improving to 8-3 in an ugly way is still a win at the end of the day. With that said, these are the three key takeaways from the Buffalo Bills’ Week 12 win.