Stefon Diggs hauls in 3 touchdowns, Bills torch Titans in home opener
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It was beaten on Monday night in Orchard Park, New York. Buffalo bills Defeated the Tennessee Titans 41-7.
Midway through the second quarter saw a close game at 10-7. But the Bulls put together 34 unanswered points to run their opponent out of the building.
Again, it was finding chemistry with Bulls quarterback Josh Allen. Top receiver, Stefon Diggs. Allen found Diggs for three touchdowns and 148 yards on 12 receptions, as he took advantage of a good matchup against a rookie cornerback in Roger McCreary all night.
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Allen didn’t even play the fourth quarter, but he still racked up 317 yards through the air with four touchdowns, first to fullback Reggie Gilliam (two catches, 17 yards) on the Bulls’ opening drive of the game. went to
Diggs’ first touchdown was one of his easiest all season, as Allen scrambled to find him wide open in the end zone.
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His second, though, was a highlight reel play as his post route ended up in a sprawling Diggs to make a 46-yard catch in the end zone.
And that dominant performance on offense came without the Bulls’ number two receiver, Gabriel Davis, who was out with an ankle injury. Jake Kumrow found his spot on the outside and had two catches for 50 yards.
The Titans Running back Derek Henry made it the opening play by punching one into the end zone on his first drive of the game. But after Taylor Levan’s left tackle fumbled on the game’s first offensive play, the Bulls’ defensive front was relentless and didn’t allow quarterback Ryan Tannehill much time in the pocket.
Tannehill was trying to force some passes, especially late when the Bills were running up the score. He had two interceptions and went 11-for-20 for 117 yards. Henry would have another down week on the ground, finishing with just 25 yards on 13 carries.
Tannehill’s second interception was carried to the house by linebacker Matt Milano for the Bulls’ final touchdown of the game.
At that point, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel decided to give his rookie quarterback, Malik Willis, some play. While he wasn’t passing well, going 1-for-4 for six yards, Willis showed his ability by rushing for 16 yards on four carries.
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However, he fumbled on a read-option play after running into his own teammate. Not the best NFL debut for a young quarterback out of Liberty.
Simply put, it was just a rough night for the Titans on both sides of the ball.
For the Bills, it just confirmed what everyone was thinking after dropping the Los Angeles Rams on the road last week to open the NFL season: They’re Super Bowl favorites for a reason.
The Bulls Mafia also performed as expected in the home opener, and Allen applauded their efforts in the stands. He even mentioned the traffic he had to go through to get to the stadium hours before kick-off.
“We got the best fans in the world, and they supported us,” he said.
The Bulls will return to the road and face a divisional rival in Week 3, as the Miami Dolphins, another undefeated team, welcome them to the Sunshine State.
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The Titans, still looking for their first win of the season, take on the Las Vegas Raiders next week in Nashville.