The Buffalo Bills have done something they haven’t done since 1995. With their commanding win of the Denver Broncos Saturday, the Bills are the AFC East champions. The last time the Bills won the AFC East title, quarterback Josh Allen was not even born yet. Defeating the Broncos 48-19, Buffalo executed a flawless game plan on their way to their first AFC East title in 25 years. For Bills fans, it’s definitely a long time coming. The New England Patriots have had a lock on the AFC East for the past 25 years, claiming the title 19 of those years. With the Patriots struggling this season, and with the Bills seemingly firing on all cylinders, the Bills not only locked up the AFC East title, but look like one of the favorites to make a strong playoff run.

Josh Allen Continues Impressive Play

USA Today Sports

As has been the case numerous times throughout this season, the Bills were led by quarterback Josh Allen. Allen played a stellar game passing and rushing, as he was part of four of the five Bills touchdowns on the day. Allen completed 28 of 40 passes for 359 yards and two touchdowns. On the ground, Allen rushed three times for 33 years and two touchdowns. In Bills quarterback history, only Drew Bledsoe has ever been able to eclipse the 4,000 passing yard mark. Josh Allen became the second Saturday and is only 359 yards away from passing Bledsoe. Allen can also set another Bills franchise record with three more touchdown passes. He would pass Jim Kelly who holds the single season Bills franchise record of 33.

Wide Receiver Corps Continues to Shine

Associated Press

With Allen setting franchise records left and right, the Bills receivers are also set to make franchise history as well. Stefon Diggs caught 11 of his 13 targets for 147 yards Saturday. While Diggs didn’t find the end zone, his performance propels him to the top of the league in receptions and yards. Cole Beasley caught eight passes for 112 yards, and is only 50 yards away from the first 1,000 yard season of his career. This would give the Bills two 1,000 yard receivers since Peerless Price and Eric Moulds accomplished the feet in 2002.

Bills Offensive Stats

PlayerCP/ATTYDSTDINT
Josh Allen28/4035920
NFL.com
PlayerCARYDSTDAVG
Zack Moss138106.2
Devin Singletary86818.5
Josh Allen333211
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PlayerRECYDSTDTGTS
Stefon Diggs11147013
Cole Beasley8112010
Dawson Knox23614
Jake Kumerow12211
Gabriel Davis21805
Devin Singletary31603
Isaiah McKenzie1801
Lee Smith0001
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Denver Broncos Offensive Stats

PlayerCP/ATTYDSTDINT
Drew Lock20/3213210
PlayerCARYDSTDAVG
Melvin Gordon116125.5
Phillip Lindsay113803.5
Drew Lock53707.4
Royce Freeman1404
PlayerRECYDSTDTGTS
Noah Fant868111
Melvin Gordon42004
Jerry Jeudy11905
Tim Patrick31404
Phillip Lindsay3703
K.J. Hamler1404
Nick Vannett0001

The Bills have a long week to rest up before playing against their division rival the New England Patriots on Monday, December 28th.

Featured Image Credit: Associated Press

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