Josh Allen and the Bills offense got off to a fast start and never looked back. The Bills beat the Seahawks Sunday afternoon . Josh Allen was completed 31 out of 38 passes, threw for 415 yards and three touchdowns, and the most important stat he did not turn the ball over, which was one of the key’s to this game. Josh Allen was perfect on Sunday and the Seahawks defense couldn’t figure out a way to stop Allen and the Bills offense.
The Seahawks defense tried to do everything in their power to stop the Bills offensive, but couldn’t. The Seahawks defense are one of the best in the league at creating turnovers, but couldn’t cause one. They tried to blitz to create pressure, which at times they were successful (7 sacks) but the Bills offensive seemed to counter with the correct play call at the right time. There were some key penalties that went against the Seahawks defense that proved to be a game changer.
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offensive got off to a slow start and then tried to play catch-up in the second half, but Wilson’s four turnovers (two interceptions and two fumbles) seemed too much to overcome. The offensive line couldn’t protect Russell Wilson, which resulted in Wilson getting beat up. Wilson was sacked five times and hit 16 times. Russell Wilson’s stats were not impressive either, he finished the day completing 28 passes out of 41 attempts, threw for 390 yards and two touchdowns, and committed four turnovers. This was Russell Wilson’s and the Seahawks worst game of the season.
The Bills defense seemed to get after Russell Wilson enough times to throw him off. Right when you thought Wilson was going to get going, the Bills defense had an answer. This Bills defense exceeded expectations in this game and played their best game of the season. They did give up 7 receptions, 108 receiving yards, and one touchdown to DK Metcalf, but limited Tyler Lockett to just four receptions, 40 receiving yards, and zero touchdowns. The four turnovers that the Bills defense created seemed to be the difference maker in this game.
The Seahawks moved to 6-2 and they will remain in first place in the NFC West. They will head to L.A. to play their Division rival the Rams, next Sunday (11/15) at 1:25 PM PT.
The Bills moved to 7-2 and will go on the road next Sunday (11/15) to Arizona to play against the Cardinals at 1:05 PM PT.