Bills shut out Rams offense in second half of dominant 31-10 win
It looked like the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams had themselves a contest heading into halftime, but the Bills came out in the second half and made a statement.
Both sides of the ball were impressive, and Buffalo certainly looks like the Super Bowl contender we thought they could be. Beating down the defending Super Bowl champions in “their house” will only add to that hype.
Buffalo’s defense was absolutely stifling though, especially in the second half.
The two teams went into halftime tied at 10, so it was truly anybody’s game. Matthew Stafford had found triple-crown receiver Cooper Kupp for a nifty touchdown in the second quarter and Josh Allen had found Gabriel Davis for a 26-yard floater the quarter before.
It truly could have gone either way, and with Stafford, Kupp, and Sean McVay on the other sideline, it would not have been surprising if the Rams came out of the locker room ready to put some more points on the board.
They may have come out with that intention, but the Bills absolutely shut them down in quarters three and four.
The Rams didn’t score again. Not even a field goal.
The Bills forced two punts in a row coming out of halftime and then picked off Stafford twice in the two subsequent drives. In all, Stafford threw three interceptions against Buffalo, compared to only one passing touchdown. On the other side, Josh Allen threw two interceptions of his own, but still managed to torch the Rams’ defense with his arm throwing three touchdown passes and running one in.
The second half was the story for Buffalo, but the overall defensive stats are just as impressive.
Buffalo held the Rams to just 243 total yards of offense, including just 52 on the ground.
It was dominant. It was a beatdown.
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