Buffalo Bills open the third 21-0, Josh Allen marks 10,000 career passing yards
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (WHEC/AP) — The Buffalo Bills kicked off to the Miami Dolphins Sunday following a 23-16 loss to the Steelers.
It was a milestone game for star quarterback Josh Allen with 10,000 career passing yards.
10,000 career passing yards on his 45th career start.— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) September 19, 2021
Jim Kelly also did so in his 45th career start. ?? #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/hkqHOBGjwO
The Bills started off strong with a touchdown in less than seven minutes on the field.
Devin Singletary TO THE HOUSE right away! #BillsMafia— Jackson Roberts (@WHEC_JRoberts) September 19, 2021
Then a few minutes later, another touchdown was scored by Stefon Diggs.
Allen ?? Diggs.— Jackson Roberts (@WHEC_JRoberts) September 19, 2021
14-0 #Bills early.
The Buffalo Bills ended the first quarter with an intersection by Levi Wallace.
INTERCEPTION Levi Wallace ??— Jackson Roberts (@WHEC_JRoberts) September 19, 2021
Buffalo gets the ball back up 14-0 with under 2 mins left in the opening quarter. #BillsMafia
They opened the third 21-0.
Allen to Dawson Knox to cap off an 8 play 75 Yd drive.— Jackson Roberts (@WHEC_JRoberts) September 19, 2021
21-0 Bills to open the 3rd.
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KEY INJURIES: Miami DT Raekwon Davis (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday and will miss at least three games. Miami was intending to have WR Will Fuller available for the first time; the free agent acquisition missed the opener at New England while serving the final game of a six-game suspension handed down last year when he was with Houston for violating the NFL’s rules on performance-enhancers. He practiced Wednesday, then was absent Thursday and ruled out Friday for personal reasons, the Dolphins said.
For the Bills, DT Star Lotulelei (calf) and WR Isaiah McKenzie (shoulder) are among those dealing with issues.
#BILLS INACTIVES TODAY:— Jackson Roberts (@WHEC_JRoberts) September 19, 2021