7 Buffalo Bills who stood out in Week 11 against the Cleveland Browns

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Tyler Bass

In the second half, the Buffalo Bills offense finally got into a rhythm and was able to move the ball pretty much at will up and down the field. That was until they hit the red zone as the Bills converted only two of their five trips to the red zone into touchdowns.

However, Tyler Bass stepped up in a big way and had a career day as he connected on six field goal attempts. This tied a franchise record as he himself made six field goal attempts in a game in 2020 and Steve Christie hit that mark in 1996.

While all field goals proved to be important in this game, Bass’ third of the day was probably the most important as it swung momentum in Buffalo’s favor. The Bills had taken the lead just before halftime and got up 13-10 over the Browns.

The offense was back on the field to start the second half and it was important to get points on that drive. However, the drive stalled out but due to Bass’ leg strength, a 56-yard field goal was well within his range.

The fact that the Bills have a kicker like Bass does take some pressure off the offense because he has such a big range and that was shown on that drive.