The Buffalo Bills (4-2) crawled out of the hole that they dug themselves into on Sunday night to pull out a close 14-9 victory against the now 1-5 New York Giants For the first three quarters, the Bills were held scoreless before Josh Allen finally connected with wideout Deonte Harty for the game's first touchdown in the fourth quarter. Tight end Quintin Morris would catch the game-winning touchdown with 3:48 left in the game, but there was a scare in the last minute when the Giants were given an opportunity to come back and pull off the upset.
This was one of those games where the Bills could not get anything going and they played down to the competition, atleast on offense. Buffalo's defense was the reason why the Bills were able to escape with a win. The Bills can now put this game behind them, clean up any messes, and put their focus towards the New England Patriots.
The Bills have yet to play the Patriots this season, but they will be going up against arguably the worst Bill Belichick-led Patriots team since he was hired. However, as the saying goes, any given Sunday any team can be beaten. Division games are always tough (with the exception of Week 4 against the Miami Dolphins).