Allen and Bills beat Seahawks, 44-34
In a battle of high-end quarterbacks, Josh Allen and Buffalo got the best of Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks.
Allen threw for 415 yards and three touchdowns, and the Bills beat the Seahawks 44-34 Sunday at Buffalo, N.Y.
The Bills (7-2) harassed Wilson all game long. Wilson went 28 of 41 for 390 yards and two touchdowns, but he threw two interceptions and the Bills sacked him five times. He also fumbled the ball away twice.
DK Metcalf had seven receptions for 108 yards and a score.
The Bills rushed for only 34 net yards on 19 carries. Allen went 31 of 38 for 415 yards and the three TDs. The Seahawks were able to sack him seven times, but Allen clearly inflicted some damage on the suspect Seattle defense, which welcomed back safety Jamal Hill and the addition of defensive end Carlos Dunlap.
The Seahawks (6-2) trailed the entire game but closed to within 27-20 on a field goal in the third quarter.
But, the Bills responded with a touchdown, a Zack Moss 1-yard TD run, and, after an interception, Allen made it 41-20 with a short TD run.
The Seahawks, who signed coach Pete Carroll to a contract extension, play at the Los Angeles Rams, 1:25 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15 (FOX).
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