Buffalo Hangs On To Beat Indianapolis 27-24
It might have taken 9,142 days to do it, but the Buffalo Bills have won a post-season game and now advance to the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs.
Buffalo's first playoff win this century was a nailbiter all the way until the final seconds. The best part of this game is that the Bills were able to grab this win with fans in the stadium. This was the first game fans have been able to attend in Buffalo, with just under 7,000 being allowed under New York State's COVID guidelines.
Linebacker Matt Milano and Safety Jordan Poyer both had 7 tackles as the defense was a major key in giving the Bills the 3-point-win against the Indianapolis Colts. The defense was able to keep Indaniaplous on their toes by forcing a few fourth down situations.
Josh Allen played well again and was able to keep the Bills offense moving by going 26/35 on his way to passing for 324 yards and 2 touchdowns. Not to be left out, Stefon Diggs continued his all-star season by bringing in 6 of those passes for 128 receiving yards and one touchdown.
This win by Buffalo gives them their 38th win against the Colts since 1970. According to NFL Records, the Bills have played the Colts a total of 71 times with the Buffalo leading the series 38-32-1.
This win also gives Buffalo its 15th victory in post-season play. Since 1960 when the Buffalo Bills were established, they have played a total of 32 games in the playoffs.
I was a freshman at Buff State when the Bills won their last playoff game. This victory was a long time coming, I'm proud of Bills.
Let's Go Buffalo!