Tennessee Titans 7-41 Buffalo Bills: Josh Allen throws four touchdown passes in blowout Monday night win

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stephon Diggs caught three of Josh Allen’s four touchdown passes as he topped 100 yards, receiving his second straight game to start the season; Diggs finished with 12 receptions for 148 yards and three points.

Josh Allen marked his team’s first start with four touchdown passes, including three to Stephon Diggs, as the Buffalo Bills posted a 41-7 blowout victory over the Tennessee Titans on Monday night.

Diggs was another standout, providing 12 receptions for 148 yards, seeing him score 100 yards in each of the first two games of the season.

Meanwhile, the Bills’ defense limited the Titans to just 182 yards of total offense and just 12 first downs, returning two sacks and forcing four losses, one of which was returned for 43 yards by linebacker Matt Milano for a touchdown. .

The wheels fell off for the Titans, especially in the third quarter when they lost 24-0. Ryan Tannehill, who completed 11 of 20 passes for 117 yards, intercepted back-to-back possessions and was benched after Milano’s sixth pick. Rookie quarterback Malik Willis took control but only completed one of four passes for six yards in his action as he ran the ball four times for 16 yards and lost the fumble.

With the Bills’ 2-0 win, some of the disappointments of the past have been erased, including a 42-16 loss to Tennessee in 2020 and a 34-31 loss last year when Buffalo blew a seven-point lead. in the last quarter. . and Allen got into the goal line in the closing seconds.

Watch Josh Allen's best performances in his four-touchdown game at the Buffalo Bills vs.  Tennessee Titans on Monday night.

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Watch Josh Allen’s best performances in his four-touchdown game at the Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans on Monday night.

The Titans (0-2) open the season with a straight loss for the first time in a decade and doubts about a defense that gave up 313 yards a week after giving up 238 yards. Meanwhile, star running back Derrick Henry was limited to just 25 yards on 13 carries but scored the team’s only points on a 2-yard touchdown.

Both teams suffered injuries, the most serious of which involved Bills defenseman Dane Jackson, who hurt his neck in a nasty collision with a teammate. He was taken to the hospital to be examined, Bills says that Jackson “had full movement of the extremities”.

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