Five takeaways from the statement win at Jerry World

November 29, 2019 - 12:52 am

The Bills finally got the statement win many were looking for to legitimize Buffalo as a real contender in the AFC.

It came in the form of a nationally televised victory against the Dallas Cowboys 26-15 on Thanksgiving Thursday.

There was a lot to takeaway from the win that improves the Bills record to 9-3, but these five takeaways are the biggest.

QB Josh Allen introduces himself to the national fanbase

Over the last two seasons, the Bills young signal-caller had yet to find his signature win that introduced himself to the league as a potential rising star at QB.

Allen found it during what is one of the most watched games of an NFL season during the second Thanksgiving day matchup in Dallas.

In front of the entire country, Allen completed 79% of his passes, finished with a passer rating of 120.7, and made some huge plays in crucial moments.

That included this Houdini-like sneak on 4th down that is still unbelievable to watch.

How he found that ball is mind-blowing.

It is a very encouraging sign that the biggest stage Allen has ever played on, was the game that featured the Wyoming-product in his most poised form.

That is going to be needed if the Bills want to make a deep run.

WR Cole Beasley thrives in his revenge game

He will down play the fact that his former team was the opposition, but this game meant a lot to Cole Beasley.

He made the most of his revenge tour in Dallas catching six passes for 110 yards and a touchdown.

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