The Buffalo Bills cruised past the Pittsburgh Steelers, 38-3, on Sunday afternoon at Highmark Stadium. With the victory, Buffalo improved to 4-1 on the season and moved into first place in the AFC East.
Josh Allen threw for a career-high 424 yards while throwing four touchdowns and one interception. Gabe Davis had his biggest game of the season as he caught three passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns. Stefon Diggs recorded his 12th 100-yard receiving game and hauled in a touchdown. Rookies Khalil Shakir and James Cook tallied their first NFL touchdowns.
Buffalo’s defense shined yet again, even with injuries, as they held rookie Kenny Pickett and the Steelers’ offense to just three points. Kaiir Elam notched his first NFL interception.
GAME RECAP LINKS:
- Bills overwhelm Steelers in first half, win 38-3 in dominant fashion | Game recap, highlights and stats (BuffaloBills.com)
- Buffalo Bills 38, Pittsburgh Steelers 3: Rapid recap and notes (BuffaloRumblings.com)
- Instant analysis: Bills make easy work of Steelers in Week 5 victory (BillsWire.com)
- Sean McDermott establishes Bills franchise win percentage record (BuffaloBills.com)