In the opening match of a Monday Night Football doubleheader, the Buffalo Bills defeated the Tennessee Titans with the scare of 41-7. The Titans responded after the Bills’ first drive score, but Buffalo rattled off 34 straight points to win the game. The Titans have held without a score the rest of the way.
The Bills’ victory in the first game of the season was a declaration of a great season for them this time. where their performance against the Titans was just the perfect icing on the cake. Since the quarterback and wide receiver are off to a historic start, the relationship between Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs plays a significant role in it.
In the crushing defeat, the Titans were outmatched on many different levels. The 40-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 15 of the 2020 season is now surpassed as the Titans’ worst loss under head coach Mike Vrabel.
By outgaining the Titans by 227 yards, the Bills also created four turnovers. After throwing his second interception, quarterback Ryan Tannehill was removed from the game because it was already won. Malik Willis became the first rookie to play quarterback this year when Vrabel took Tannehill’s place. When one of his teammates bumped against him and the ball came loose, Willis fumbled, contributing to the turnover party.
With playoff games included, the Bills have scored a touchdown on the opening drive for seven straight games, which is the longest streak since the Falcons in 2016. Henry had a difficult day, but he still managed to rush for his second-season touchdown. He currently leads the field with 17 more running touchdowns than the next guy with 56 in the last five seasons.