There will be plenty of blame to go around but one player that shouldn’t shoulder too much is Josh Allen. He finished the game completing 15 of 30 for 145 passing yards, with one touchdown, and no interceptions while leading the team in rushing yards with 39.
When considering the wind, the fact that Allen was able to complete 50% of his passes is pretty remarkable. He also could have had a much better stat line and the Bills would have probably gotten the win if his pass-catchers were able to make some key plays (more on that later).
There is not much to say here that hasn’t already been said for the majority of this season. The trio of Devin Singletary, Zack Moss, and Matt Breida combined for 19 rushing attempts for 63 yards (3.3 yards per carry) with only Singletary having a rush go for over five yards.
This was a disappointing performance in a game that the Buffalo Bills desperately needed something from their running backs.