ESPN: Buffalo Bills fall out of the Top 10
Current Week’s Ranking: 12
Last Week’s Ranking: 6
This is not a surprise and is going to be consistent across the other power rankings, but the Bills fall and pretty significantly. On ESPN’s power rankings, the Bills dropped six spots down to 12 and are now three spots behind the New England Patriots.
This week, each writer was asked for the most memorable moment for each team on Thanksgiving:
"Instead, some recency bias is leaking in and it’s the last Bills game on Thanksgiving that gets the nod. It was the team’s first game on the holiday in 25 years. The win over the Cowboys was a coming-out statement for the Bills and quarterback Josh Allen and helped put them on the national radar, with high expectations remaining ever since. — Alaina Getzenberg"
This was certainly a big game for Josh Allen, not necessarily statistically as he threw for only 231 passing yards with one touchdown while adding 43 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown, but for the manner in the way he played and the leadership he showed. The most memorable play from that game was Allen’s run on 4th down.