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Bills Mafia Minute Week 2: Bills Trounce Titans 41-7

If you weren't sure about this team after watching them dominate the Super Bowl defending Rams, in week 1, all doubt should be laid to rest after the beatdown Buffalo gave Tennessee in week 2.

The Buffalo Bills took down last year's number 1 seed in the AFC, by a score of 41-7. In two games this season, the Bills are outscoring teams, 72-17.

Josh Allen to Stefon Diggs for a touchdown.

Josh Allen to Stefon Diggs for a touchdown.

Josh Allen to Stefon Diggs for a touchdown.

3 times on Monday night. 4 scores in 3 games for Diggs. 20 receptions, 270 yards, 4 touchdowns.

As Diggs put it so perfectly himself, "I'm him". 14 could not be covered for a second straight week. With a line of -- 12, 148, 3 TD's, it's hard to think of a defense that will be able to limit the Allen to Diggs combo in the future. Even with Gabe Davis out, Diggs was able to do whatever he wanted in week 2.

Josh Allen had another elite evening on Monday night. Allen went 26/38 for 317 yards, 4 touchdown's and 0 interceptions in 3 quarter's of work. 2 weeks into this campaign, Allen is solidifying himself as a top-1 QB in the league. His 87.1 QBR is the highest in the NFL. Allen showed poise and precision as he only ran one time for 10 yards. Avoiding contact will be important for Allen's health while he gears up for a Buffalo Bills Super Bowl run.

For a second straight week, the Buffalo Bills' defense looked like the best defense in football again. After being the number 1 group in 21'/22', this group appears to be better than ever.

The goal heading into this tilt was to contain beast running back, Derrick Henry, as much as possible. Finishing with a line of 13 carries, for 25 yards, and 1 TD, the Bills D did as good as a job as you could hope for against King Henry.

Buffalo forced four turnovers, including linebacker Matt Milano returning the second of Ryan Tannehill’s two interceptions 43 yards to the house.

Second year Defensive End, Greg Rousseau added another sack for his second in as many games. Playing alongside Von Miller looks to be paying off for the young phenom. When Rousseau and Miller are on the field at the same time, Quarterbacks have a QBR of 16.9 against the duo.

The only cause for concern for this Bills group is injuries, most notably to Cornerback, Dane Jackson who collided with Tremaine Edmunds, injuring his neck. Jackson reportedly was taken to the hospital, but was released and was walking out under his own power hours later. Jordan Phillips, Matt Milano, and Micah Hyde, are all day to day with injuries after the Titans game.

The Bills will need to get healthy quickly as they head to Miami to take on the pesky 2-0 Dolphins this Sunday at 1pm. Miami, under first year Head Coach, Mike Mcdaniel, will head into the week 3 measuring stick contest oozing confidence after their comeback win against the Baltimore Ravens. They will need it to beat Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs and this juggernaut of a team.

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