The Buffalo Bills continue to find ways to win and did just that after a dominant defensive performance. While it wasn’t pretty, at this point in the playoffs most teams don’t win pretty as they are facing some of the best teams in the NFL.
Saturday night was no different, as the Bills were set to face one of the best defenses in the NFL. However, the team made the plays when needed and are now advancing to the AFC Championship Game.
These are the grades for the performance of every position on the Buffalo Bills against the Baltimore Ravens.
Statistically, this was far from Josh Allen’s performance as he finished the game 23 of 37 for 206 yards with one touchdown pass along with only three rushing yards on seven rushing attempts. There were also a few times, especially on the deeper routes, that Allen struggled to find the range and would overthrow his target.
However, one of the things that Allen did that played a major role in the outcome of this game was not turn the ball over. He didn’t have an interception but did have one fumble, however, that was recovered by the Bills.
Josh Allen did a good job protecting the ball, taking what the defense was giving him, and getting the offense to do just enough for the win.