Bills stun Vikings 27-6 in rookie Allen's 1st road start

What they said Vikings key in on Bills D-line

What they said Vikings key in on Bills D-line

They will travel to Los Angeles to play the Rams on Thursday night, September 27. The line was 16.5 or 17 points pretty much everywhere, and the Vikings seemed to play it cautious with a couple key players' injuries as they face a short week in Week 4. Allen completed 15 of 22 passes for 196 yards and a touchdown and ran for two TDs.

"He was decisive early, and that's important", coach Sean McDermott said. He was aided by a pair of bonehead penalties from Linval Joseph and Anthony Barr, but he sealed the deal with an outstanding sprint to the corner of the end zone that put the Bills on board first.

That's because the previously winless and largely hapless Bills went into the road game as consensus 17-point underdogs.

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The Vikings (1-1-1) have returned from the NFC championship game appearance with again one of the strongest rosters in the league, a desirable mix of experience and potential going on five seasons under the guidance of Zimmer and his staff. Left tackle Riley Reiff was beaten regularly by Jerry Hughes, who had one of the sacks that caused a fumble. It's possible he is a Madden computer-created simulation player and that's why the Vikings chose to completely ignore him on the field. Allen didn't pull a Kyle Orton and hit the deck. Allen's 10-yard rushing touchdown was the longest by a Bills quarterback since Taylor's 12-yard-run in Oakland in Week 13, 2016, and it was the first rushing touchdown allowed by the Vikings this season. They didn't get scared, they stayed aggressive on defense and continued to force punts. They defeated the New York Jets as 20-point underdogs in 1968, and beat the New England Patriots as 18.5-point favorites in 1977. The Vikings had six penalties for 59 yards in the first half. Minnesota didn't have a running game to lean on either.

Certainly, playing without RB Dalvin Cook and DE Everson Griffen made the Vikings a weaker team on this day.

Buffalo also turned a whole bunch of people into losers on Sunday. That bet would have won a net $450.

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