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Buffalo sits at the helm of the AFC East after beating Las Vegas Raiders to get the season off to a perfect start
Josh Allen went over for 288 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another as the visiting Buffalo Bills went undefeated with a 30-23 win over the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday.
Allen, who made 24 of 34 passes, left the game briefly towards the end of the second quarter and grabbed his left shoulder after completing a left-handed backhand scoop pass to Stefon Diggs – who had blinded with a couple of huge catches.
The bills improve to 4-0 for the sixth time in 41 years and for the first time since 2008, and after their perfect start they are at the top of the AFC East.
Diggs caught six passes for 115 yards and Devin Singletary rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown for Buffalo, while Derek Carr made 32 of 44 passes for 311 yards and two touchdowns for Las Vegas (2-2), which suffered a second consecutive defeat had
Carr also tied and then broke the franchise record by making 151 touchdown passes for the Raiders and finding Jason Witten and Nelson Agholor as Jon Gruden's men tried to work their way back into the game.
Josh Allen throws an incredible pass while being tackled for the Buffalo Bills at Stefon Diggs.
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- Bills Statistics: Josh Allen, 23/34, 288 yards, 2 TDs, 1 rushing TD
- Urgent Leader: Devin Singletary, 18 porters, 55 yards, 1 TD
- Receiving leader: Stefon Diggs, 6 catches, 115 yards
Buffalo took a 14-3 lead in the first half after two Allen touchdown passes, the first a 26-yarder for rookie Gabriel Davis and the second an 11-yarder for Cole Beasley, with both covering 75-yard drives. Beasley persevered despite being turned headlong on the goal line by Raider's security Lamarcus Joyner.
The Bills extended their lead to 17-6 after a 34-field goal from Tyler Bass, but Las Vegas responded with a 75-yard drive with 11 games just before half-time with Carr's 3-yard touchdown pass Jason Witten was limited to 17-13.
- Raiders stats: Derek Carr, 32/44, 311 yards, 2 TDs
- Urgent leader: Josh Jacobs, 15 porters, 48 meters
- Receiving leader: Darren Waller, 9 catches, 88 yards
Carr finds Agholor for 7yd Fang
|Bills 7-0 Raiders||Josh Allen 26 yard TD pass to Gabriel Davis (extra point)|
|Bills 7-3 Raiders||Daniel Carlson 53 yard field goal|
|Bills 14-3 Raiders||Josh Allen 11 yard TD pass to Cole Beasley (extra point)|
|Bills 14-6 Raiders||Daniel Carlson 39 yard field goal|
|Bills 17-6 Raiders||Tyler Bass 34 yard field goal|
|Bills 17-13 Raiders||Derek Carr 3 yard TD pass to Jason Witten (extra point)|
|Bills 17-16 Raiders||Daniel Carlson 25 yard field goal|
|Bills 23-16 Raiders||Josh Allen 1 yard TD run|
|Bills 30-16 Raiders||Devin Singletary 2 Yard TD Run (Extra Point)|
|Bills 30-23 Raiders||Derek Carr 7 yard TD pass to Nelson Agholor (extra point)|
It was Carr's 150th career TD pass that linked the team record set by Kenny Stabler. It was also the 73rd career touchdown reception for Witten and his first without the Dallas Cowboys.
Carlson's 25-yard field goal got an 11-game, 68-yard drive to kick off the second half, putting Las Vegas to 17-16, but Buffalo responded with a 1-yard touchdown sneak from Allen on the first Fourth quarter play to extend his lead to 23-16.
John Brown with a ridiculous catch from a Josh Allen pass but close to touchdown for the Buffalo Bills.
The result, followed by a missed extra point from Bass, came with a 38-yard punt return from Andre Roberts and a 14-yard grab from John Brown on the goal line.
Buffalo then increased their lead to 30-16 on a 2-yard touchdown from Singletary. The result came four games after cornerback Josh Norman, who played with the Bills in his first game, hit the ball clear of Waller at the Bills' 32 and then regained the fumble.
Stefon Diggs collects a 49-yard pass from Josh Allen to set up a touchdown for the Buffalo Bills.
In the following piece, Allen then linked up with Diggs for a 49-yard completion. The Raiders closed within 30-23 when Carr Nelson Agholor hit fourth and first place with his record breaking 7-yard touchdown pass at 1:29, but Buffalo caught the ensuing onside kick back and ran out of time.
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