After beating Aaron Rodgers and the dairy-loving Wisconsin team, the Buffalo Bills’ attack was like Swiss cheese against a dominant New York Jets defense in a nasty loss in Week 9. Now, the Bills must compete. against the hot Minnesota Vikings (7-1) on Sunday, probably without the injured quarterback Josh Allen.
Bills head coach Sean McDermott express confidence in case of fallback Keenum, who will start the match against the team he entered the NFC Championship Game in January 2018. In his only act in 2022, Keenum completed two lanes. pass in seven attempts in junk time against the Titans and Steelers.
Buffalo is flawed for a Super Bowl favorite. Allen has now made big mistakes in consecutive weeks, for which he is more responsible after the game. His only other game against Minnesota came in Week 3 of 2018, when he led the Bills down a nasty path as a 17-point underdog while famed former Vikings defender Anthony Barr in this process.