On Monday night, the Giants walked 75 yards in nine plays in their opening run to score touchdowns and tied even the Bills at 7-7. Then the game turned into a nightmare for Tennessee.
The Titans only managed eight first defeats and there were no more points in the road that became a 41-7 loss to Buffalo.
Tennessee starts quarterback Ryan Taneyhill He struggled hard, completing only 11 of 20 passes for 117 yards and two interceptions, one of which was returned for touchdowns. This resulted in the veteran being appointed late in the third quarter after picking six, with Tannehill replacing the rookie Malik Willis.
The Titans picked Willis in the third round with the 86th pick in this year’s draft after he starred in college at Liberty. The 23-year-old was going through tough things in his first NFL game, going 1-4 for just six yards with one confusion. He added 16 yards flowing on four buggies. In all, Willis led the Tennessee attack in three driving rounds, collecting the offense at 60 yards in 16 plays with two knees and a stutter.
In two games, the Bills have now outpaced their opponents – last season’s Super Bowl champions and the AFC No. 1 – with a combined score of 72-17. Quarterback Josh Allen was once again unstoppable, completing 26 of 38 pass attempts for 317 yards with four touchdowns — three of which went to wide star Stefon Diggs.
The Bills will be looking to go 3-0 next week by visiting undefeated Miami as well, while the Titans will host the Raiders in Week 3 in search of their first win.
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