Buffalo Bills record 4 interceptions
When Sam Howell was able to get rid of the ball, he was struggling to protect it and the Bills were able to capitalize with four interceptions in this game. All these stats certainly played a role in the outcome but any team that turns the ball over as much as the Commanders did rarely win.
It didn't take long for the Bills to force their first interception as Terrel Bernard intercepted Howell on their opening drive in this game. This was Bernard's second straight game with an interception and the second-year linebacker has really emerged as a playmaker in the middle of this defense.
Later in the first half, it was Micah Hyde who would record his first interception of the season. In the second half, the Commanders were moving the ball but once again the Bills made a play when they needed it as Tre'Davious White made a diving interception in the end zone.
The final interception of the game was by defensive end A.J. Epenesa, who would end up returning it for a touchdown. Once again, looking ahead to Week 4 if the Bills can force one or two turnovers (while protecting the ball) it puts them in a great position to secure a win against the Dolphins.