Buffalo Bills has suffered from a streak of 7 winless matches before they stepped into the same stage with the San Francisco 49ers this Monday all thanks to Cole Beasley and Josh Allen.
The streak is created to be broken, and the Buffalo Bill finally overcame such an unwanted streak of not winning a single game. Beasley and Allen are definitely the brightest stars in the victory game of Buffalo Bills on Monday. The final result of 34-17 win for Buffalo Bills owed to the name of these players a lot.
Wide receiver Cole Beasley got a night for himself when the athlete set a career record with 130 yards, 113 all in the first half of the match. Quarterback Josh Allen also had a highlighted night of his career when he got 32 passes finished of a total of 40 for 375 yards and four touchdowns.
The Bills has played a nearly perfect match of them since the beginning of the season.
“Yeah, yeah, it was [our most complete game]. I’m always looking for more, and I love the fact that our players are as well,” head coach Sean McDermott said. McDermott confessed that the drawing and defeating streak made the preparation for the display against 49ers more complicated, but the match went through such a challenge with a complete match.
For quarterback Allen, he sets a new record of passing completion after 12 games, overturned Drew Bledsoe. The game on Monday was the third game this season that Allen created 4 touchdown passes. tying the record of Jim Kelly who has made the most touchdown passes in a season for Buffalo Bills. In the match against the 49ers, Allen created a career high with 284 passing yards against zone coverage.
Though his passes opposed his zone coverage, the Bills’ quarterback finished 92% of his passes with two touchdowns.
“I got into a zone today. When it’s spinning off your hand and you know what the ball’s doing, what the tail’s doing, that’s kind of what I felt today,” Allen said.
Besides Allen, Beasley also got an outstanding performance for himself on Monday. Beasley admitted that he did not showcase his best play recently, and he was so motivated to prove his class in the match against the 49ers. “I was a little disappointed in my play last week. I was excited for another chance to play better for my teammates,” he said.
The winning on Monday was also the first time after a while that Buffalo Bills got a victory on Monday Night Football. It was since the victory against the Miami Dolphins on Oct. 4, 1999. McDermott said that “all wins are good wins”, but he explained that fans “will stay up late” to watch the celebration of the Bills.
Buffalo Bills started the match with an electric performance when they got the 10-point half time lead, but then struggled in the third quarter before equalizing the point later on. They finally sealed the victory in the fourth quarter. The head coach said that his team was so motivated to win the game in the half time, and it was something that made them the winner.
“They were fired up in the locker room at halftime to go back out there and put their stamp on this game,” McDermott said.
Buffalo Bills continues their week when they host Steelers at home on Sunday night.