Week 11 grades for the Buffalo Bills against the Cleveland Browns
The Buffalo Bills found a way on Sunday to come away with a 31-23 victory over the Cleveland Browns in a game that was supposed to be played at Highmark Stadium but was moved to Ford Field due to the historic snowstorm in Buffalo.
The Bills were not able to get in a full week of practice due to the weather and the team looked out of sync early. However, as the game went along, they found a rhythm and were able to get back in the win column after losing their last two games.
These are the grades for each position group for the Buffalo Bills based on their performance in Week 11 against the Browns.
Josh Allen has had a rough stretch of games since their bye in Week 7 with six interceptions over the past three games. At one time, Allen was considered one of the favorites to win MVP and while he didn’t have a huge game against the Browns, he made a lot of positive steps toward returning to that level.
He finished the game with 197 passing yards, seven rushing yards, and one passing touchdown but more importantly no turnovers. This was the first game since Week 2 that Allen didn’t have an interception or a fumble lost.
The Bills quarterback was able to play within the offense, and take what the defense was giving him and that is a big step in the right direction.