A look back at the Bills loss to the Bengals ahead of Monday Night Football
By V-Ry the Sports Guy, Photo courtesy of the NFL
Rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid had another productive game with 10 catches for 81 yards. Kincaid has caught 40/45 targets so far this season for an 89% catch rate, the highest in the NFL. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs remains on a tear, coming down with 6 receptions for 86 yards and 1 touchdown. Diggs has 70 receptions through 9 games and is on pace for 132 by the end of the season.
Quarterback Josh Allen continues to throw interceptions at an alarming rate, and most of them are just poor decision making. Allen is tied for the league lead with 9 interceptions. Dalton Kincaid had a costly fumble in the red zone, ending a promising drive. Edge rusher Von Miller still doesn’t look like he’s fully healthy, the speed and strength just aren’t there. Miller struggled to shed blocks and to effectively disrupt the quarterback. He
The offense has been struggling mightily this season, starting slow in each of the last five games. Ken Dorsey’s offense is failing to score points and the second and third quarters of games have been atrocious. The Bills are currently out of the playoff picture and if these trends continue that’s unlikely to change. Dorsey is already on the hot seat and if this team doesn’t make the playoffs he may be out of a job.
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