Bills' Twitter shows team traveling to Wisconsin for game vs. Vikings

Jose Verdugo
Setiembre 24, 2018

Covered the 49ers, Raiders and Warriors for the San Jose Mercury News.

The entire Buffalo Bills' roster did a complete 180 on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.

Minnesota knew the Bills would scheme off Josh Allen 's mobility in the pocket and his ability to throw when he's scrambling. Beane made note of that game when explaining to reporters this summer his decision to trade up for Allen, while also praising Allen for his approach to the Senior Bowl, a game in January that top quarterback prospects sometimes skip.

The Vikings weren't going to miss this golden opportunity.

But before we get any further, let's rewind to paint the picture of how this happened, every painstaking moment of it. Minnesota is a really hard place to play and Allen made it look easy on a 75-yard touchdown drive to start the game. The only more lopsided loss was a 34-6 beating against Indianapolis late in the 2016 season.

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The better question is this: How long do you have?

Zimmer's team did not look ready to play Sunday in all three phases. They will travel to Green Bay next Sunday to face the Packers. Costly penalties on special teams hurt the Vikings in the field-position game. The defense continued to be the story as Matt Milano came up with a deflected ball for the interception and the third takeaway for the Buffalo defense of the game.

Allen became the first Bills rookie to run and pass for at least one score each in his first career road start.

That's because Buffalo's front seven, with former Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier serving as defensive co-ordinator, overwhelmed Minnesota's offensive line.

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