Final score prediction for the Buffalo Bills vs. Cleveland Browns in Week 11

Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills (Photo by Isaiah Vazquez/Getty Images)
Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills (Photo by Isaiah Vazquez/Getty Images) /

This has been the biggest test for the Buffalo Bills all season as they are coming off back-to-back losses and have fallen all the way down to third in the AFC East. While a loss in Week 11 won’t end their season, the questions are only going to get louder about whether or not this team is a Super Bowl contender.

Unfortunately, they have seemed to have been thrown curveball after curveball this week from not being able to hold a full practice on Wednesday due to illness to then having to cancel practice on Friday due to a snowstorm. That snowstorm also forced the game to be moved from Highmark Stadium to Ford Field in Detroit.

However, the move inside a dome could be exactly what Josh Allen and the offense need to get back on track. They won’t have to worry about the weather conditions and playing on the turf could give players like Isaiah McKenzie, James Cook, and Nyheim Hines a chance to really utilize their speed.

Final Score Prediction: Buffalo Bills 42, Cleveland Browns 24

The Cleveland Browns have struggled over the first part of the season and are coming off a game where they lost to the Miami Dolphins by a final score of 39-17 and in three of their past five games have given up 30 or more points to the opposing team.

The Buffalo Bills are dealing with their fair share of injuries on the defensive side of the ball and will be without players like Tremaine Edmunds and Greg Rousseau for this game. The Browns should be able to score with Nick Chubb leading the way.

However, they shouldn’t be able to keep pace with Josh Allen and this offense as Buffalo gets back on track and tries to build momentum heading into a short week with a game on Thanksgiving against the Detroit Lions.