The Buffalo Bills had a dominant performance from almost start to finish in their 31-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys. The fact that Josh Allen threw for less than 100 yards and was still out of the game with roughly 10 minutes left in the game shows how much it was a team performance.
Even though everyone seemingly did their part, four performances in particular stood out from Week 15 for the Buffalo Bills.
The obvious one is running back James Cook, who had a career game and has quickly become a key part of this offense. In the game against the Cowboys, he would carry the ball 25 times for 179 yards with an average of 7.2 yards per carry and one rushing touchdown.
He would also make an impact through the air with two receptions for 42 yards and caught the only touchdown pass from Josh Allen.
This was his first career game with 200 yards from scrimmage and is the fifth straight game that he had 100 yards from scrimmage. There is no question that James Cook has benefited from the playcalling by Joe Brady and he will be a big part of the offense down the stretch.