The Buffalo Bills quarterback got off to a great start with two rushing touchdowns in the first quarter. However, Josh Allen struggled over the final three quarters with three interceptions and finished the game by completing 42% of his passes for 120 passing yards with no passing touchdowns to go along with the interceptions.
This is the first time Allen has had a game with no touchdowns and three interceptions since Week 4 of 2019. It was also the lowest passing yards he had in a game since he threw 84 in Week 6 of his rookie season in 2018.
While Josh Allen struggled to find success through the air, the Bills running backs were able to do enough to keep this offense on track, in particular Devin Singletary. This was a career game for the third-year running back with 23 rushing attempts, 110 rushing yards, and two rushing touchdowns (all career-highs).
This was a week that even Zack Moss got involved during the course of the game and had five carries for 39 rushing yards, which was the most rushing yards since Week 5. The Bills have been finding a formula that works to give this offense some balance and Singletary has been a big reason.