Week 10 grades for the Buffalo Bills against the Minnesota Vikings

Buffalo Bills (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)
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Special Teams

The Buffalo Bills made a change at who was returning kickoffs this week after calling up Duke Johnson. The move worked out because Johnson gave this group a little boost and had some good runs, including a 43-yard return in the first half.

In addition to Johnson, Tyler Bass bounced back and was perfect on the day with three made field goals, including one to tie the game in the closing seconds, and three made extra points.

Grade: B

Final Grade for the Buffalo Bills in Week 10

The Buffalo Bills in the end didn’t get the result they needed, which was a win over the Minnesota Vikings. It seemed like they were going to do that at a number of different points in the game both in regulation and overtime.

However, in each of those moments, they couldn’t make the necessary play. Whether it was stopping the Vikings on 4th and 18, securing a clean snap back up against their goal line, or Josh Allen throwing the interception at the end of the game.

There is no question this is a talented roster and the Buffalo Bills have the ability to be one of the best teams in the league. Unfortunately, right now it seems to come down to one play or one drive and the Bills are not able to make those necessary plays.

Grade: C