NFL Week 16 Grades: Patriots dominate bills get ‘A’, chargers get ‘F’ for ugly losses

Going into the 16th week, the Bills They know they need a win Patriots AFC East and Josh Allen He did everything he could to ensure success.

In his best performance of the year, Pills put on an attacking performance during a 33-21 road win for the quarterback Buffalo. The Patriots could not figure out how to slow down the Bills group, which did not pay even one of the nine possessions, as Allen brought the crime to almost fullness.

In the first encounter between these two teams, the Patriots got some defensive help from Mother Nature, who slowed down the game of passing the bills at 70 mph. This time, Mother Nature stayed home one day when the weather was almost perfect, and Allen took advantage of it by throwing 314 yards and three touchdowns.

Buffalo’s first possession foretold what the rest of the game would look like: Bills moved the ball at will, mostly thanks to Allen. The opening run proved that the Bills are also playing for success.

After Allen drove them 58 yards, Bills faced fourth and 2nd from the Patriots’ 3-yard line, at which point Sean McDermott did not hesitate – he knew his team was going for it. Allen paid the gamble with a perfect strike Isaiah McKenzie. The score bills below were a 7-0 lead, after which they did not lag behind.

McKenzie was the undisputed hero of the game for the buffalo. With Cole Beasley Due to Covid, McKenzie advanced and scored one of the biggest games of his career with 11 catches for 125 yards.

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According to Allen, he not only damaged his right arm in this game, he also injured the Patriots with his legs. One of the biggest plays of the day was 4:27 left to play in the fourth and 1st. With the bills sticking to a 26-21 lead, McDermott decided to go for it once again, and Allen paid the gamble again.

That change set the TD pass Dawson Knox After five plays, it icing on the cake. In total, Allen was 64 yards on the ground, which led to the bills.

This is a success, and it should give some hope to the bills because they have won on a large scale. In fact, the 12-point difference in success over bills The The first team to win double digits in 25 years In consecutive seasons in New England.

With success, the bills are now where they want to extend: they control their own destiny. If they win the final two games – against Hawks And Jet planes – They will win the AFC East. And the best feature of Buffalo is that both games are at home.

Well, we get grades for every game from the 16th week. If you want to look more deeply into the success of Tennessee 49ers That was Played on Thursday, click here.

Buffalo beat New England 33-21

Pills-Patriots Grades Tyler Sullivan (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Green Bay 24-22 over Cleveland (Saturday)

John Breach’s Packers-Browns Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Indianapolis beat Arizona 22-16 (Saturday)

John Breach’s Golds-Cardinals Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Atlanta beat Detroit 20-16

John Breach Lions-Falcons Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

The NY Jets beat Jacksonville 26-21

John Breach’s Jaguars-Jets Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Tampa Bay beat Carolina 32-6

John Breach’s Buccaneers-Panthers Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Houston 41-29 on LA Chargers

John Breach Chargers-Texans Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

LA Rams 30-23 on Minnesota

Rams-Vikings Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades) by Cody Benjamin? Let him know on Twitter.)

Cincinnati beat Baltimore 41-21

Jordan Tajani’s Ravens-Bengal Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Philadelphia 34-10 on NY Giants

Giants-Eagles Grades by Jeff Kerr (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Chicago beat Seattle 25-24

John Breach Pierce-Seahawks Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Las Vegas beat Denver 17-13

John Breach’s Broncos-Riders Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Kansas City beat Pittsburgh 36-10

Brian Tiardo’s Steelers-Chiefs Grades (Do you like grades? Do you hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

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