Week 11 was a night the Bills Mafia had been waiting for since Week 4, where the Buffalo Bills' offense finally looked like their elite self and put up over 30 points for the first time since their game against the Dolphins.
The offense finally looked two-dimensional for the first time in forever, where James Cook, Latavius Murray, and even Ty Johnson all helped the offense in the run and receiving game. The offense didn't seem too complex and made Allen's job a lot easier due to not being relied on playing hero-ball all the time.
A high-performing offense seemed to translate energy throughout the whole team. All of that energy was contagious, as not just the offense was firing, but the defense played one of their best games of the season. Although it was against a struggling Jets offense, that energy was still very noticeable on both sides of the ball.
The special teams even let loose, as they looked like they were moving a thousand miles per hour when the ball was kicked or punted. One play that set the tone was Reggie Gilliam's massive hit that caused a fumble and turnover on the very first play of the game.
All of this happened within the first game when former offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey wasn't calling plays anymore. Joe Brady was at the helm and noticeably made the offense look very different, but could this be because of Brady?