The Buffalo Bills are once again AFC East division champions after a 27-10 victory over the New York Jets in the final game of the regular season. This was a game that the Bills should have won easily as the Jets only had four wins on the season but that wasn’t the case.
As teams around the league found out in Week 18, there wasn’t any team that was willing to give their opponent a victory and the Jets were no different. The Bills got out to an early 10 point lead with a touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs followed by a Tyler Bass field goal on the next drive.
After that, points would be hard to come by as the Bills would only add a field goal right before halftime to give them a 13-7 lead. After a Jets field goal in the third quarter that cut the lead down to 13-10, it wouldn’t be until midway through the fourth quarter that the Buffalo Bills would find the end zone on a one-yard touchdown run by Devin Singletary to give them a 20-10 lead and essentially secure the win.
Another Devin Singletary touchdown, this time as a receiving touchdown, would put the game out of reach and help Buffalo end the year on a four-game win streak.
These are some quick takeaways from the Buffalo Bills final regular season game.