Football is back…again. The NFL and Bills, in particular, made it through the first week of the 2020 season in a positive manner. Buffalo beat up their first AFC East foe of the campaign, the New York Jets, 27-17.
Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images The Bills made some roster moves Thursday The Buffalo Bills made several roster moves on Thursday, most notable was the filling of their empty spot on the active roster that had been vacant for a week since placing cornerback Josh Norman on injured reserve.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen had a career day during his team’s season opening 27-17 win over the New York Jets. Allen got it done on the ground as usual with a rushing score, but in the air, Allen stood out in a big way.
Former NFL quarterback turned ESPN NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky isn’t one of those guys who’s going to go back and delete his tweets or proof online which shows he wasn’t the biggest supporter of Josh Allen prior to the Bills drafting him in 2018.
The Bruce Exclusive podcast Cover Art | Josh Rawdin Closing the book on week one On this episode of “The Bruce Exclusive”, Bruce tackles the narratives that have come out of week one for the Buffalo Bills, including designed runs for Josh Allen and Brian Daboll’s playcalling.
Norman did not fare especially well for most of his four-year Washington tenure, but a Bills stay means a return to work with his former defensive coordinator in Sean McDermott. Those plans are now on hold.