Bills stun Vikings 27-6 in rookie Allen's 1st road start

What they said Vikings key in on Bills D-line

What they said Vikings key in on Bills D-line

So how did Buffalo pull it off?

The Bills marched down the field with the first drive, ending in the first career rushing touchdown for Josh Allen. Credit an impressive performance from Sean McDermott's defense but make sure to credit Allen as well. But at 1-1-1, having been outscored by 13 points in those three games (two at home), they have a lot of work to do. The Bills built a 27-0 lead by midway through the second quarter as the crowd at U.S. Bank Stadium, where the Vikings had won 10 of their last 11 games including the playoffs, began booing with increased intensity. The first fumble forced ended in a field goal and a 10-0 lead after Kelvin Benjamin dropped a pass that would have put the Bills on the MIN 1. His high-priced veteran counterpart, Kirk Cousins, committed three turnovers, including two fumbles. That included a 26-yard touchdown pass to wide-open tight end Jason Croom.

Allen hurdled Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr on a run for a first down, and took a solid hit as he completed the run. They didn't get scared, they stayed aggressive on defense and continued to force punts.

What about scoring only 6 points as a big favorite? Murray had one yard rushing on two carries, and the Vikings had just 14 yards rushing as a team.

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Cousins probably does NOT like that: he's being paid $84 million guaranteed and Vikings fans don't want to see him struggling like this. The Bills added some insult to injury postgame.

The Bills' Twitter account tweeted a graphic - that has since been deleted - illustrating the team traveling to Minneapolis for their Week 3 showdown with the Minnesota Vikings.

Buffalo also turned a whole bunch of people into losers on Sunday.

This might be one of the worst bets in the history of bets. He just needed Minnesota to win and he would earn a cool $450.

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