The Generation, Yeat 01, Issue 11
The Denver Broncos earned a colossal 24-22 road win versus the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football.
Denver dominated the first half but couldn’t demonstrate it on the scoreboard with just a 15-8 lead. The Broncos picked off Josh Allen twice and even forced and recovered a fumble on Buffalo’s first play from scrimmage, but red zone woes cost them.
Buffalo managed to tie it twice in the second half before eventually taking the lead late in the fourth thanks to Allen’s goal-line rushing touchdown.
But after a 10-play, 57-yard two-minute drill, it came down to Broncos kicker Will Lutz for the win. He missed the first kick just wide right, but the Bills granted him another chance due to having 12 men on defense. Lutz didn’t waste his second chance.
The Broncos made it three wins in a row to move to 4-5 while the Bills dropped two in a row to dip to 5-5. It’s the worst record they’ve had at this stage of the calendar since Allen’s rookie season.
Source: NBC New York