We are only in the second week of activities in the NFL, but already a question deserves to be asked: who will stop the Buffalo Bills? The New York State team made short work of the Tennessee Titans on Monday at Highmark Stadium, defeating them 41-7.
The Bills have thus dominated their opponents 72 to 17 since the start of the 2022 campaign, they who also beat the Los Angeles Rams 31 to 10 at the curtain raiser.
In the duel of the day, the quarterback Josh Allen was electrifying, completing 26 of 38 stints for 317 yards. He also found a receiver in the end zone four times. Stefon Diggs was easily his favorite target. The receiver caught 12 balls, including three for a major, for a total of 148 yards.
The Bills' defense was also dominant, causing four total turnovers, including two interceptions off center Ryan Tannehill. She also recovered a fly ball by receiver Kyle Philips and another by quarterback Malik Willis. The rookie also came as reinforcements at Tannehill in the fourth quarter. However, he completed only one of his four pass attempts.
The Miami Dolphins will now be the next to try to curb the Bills' enthusiasm next Sunday.
The Eagles remain perfect
After two weeks, there are only six ever-perfect teams left in the NFL and the Eagles became one of them, in the second game of the night, in Philadelphia, defeating the Minnesota Vikings 24 to 7.
Quarterback Jalen Hurts was particularly effective in the gain, finding a receiver's hands 26 times on 31 attempts for 333 yards. He also joined a receiver, Quez Watkins, in the end zone. He was also the victim of an interception. Hurts was also good on the ground, adding two majors himself on 11 carries for a total of 57 yards.
In the opposing camp, Kirk Cousins suffered throughout the evening , he who was the victim of three interceptions. He only completed 27 of 46 stints for 221 yards and a major.
Besides the Eagles and Bills, the Dolphins, New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have accumulated two wins after as many matches.