Bills dominated the first half again
This seems to be a recurring theme for the Bills the last few weeks. Buffalo has played exceptionally well on both sides of the ball in the first half, taking leads into the locker room at the half. This week was no different, with the Bills up 21 - 3 after the first half. The Cowboys had no answers for James Cook and the Bills offense. Dallas didn't have any answers on the offensive side either, managing only three points and 89 total yards in the first half.
James Cook had a massive first half too. Cook carried the ball 15 times for 104 rushing yards and 6.9 yards per carry. He also added two receptions on two targets, for 42 yards and another touchdown. Josh Allen was dealing too; however, his completion rate wasn't great, but he added another game to his resume scoring at least one touchdown through the air and on the ground.