11. Buffalo Bills
This was a tough loss for the Buffalo Bills. They were down 27-10 with just over 11 minutes to play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and somehow found a way to get back into it. Josh Allen hit Dawson Knox for a four-yard touchdown pass and then found Gabriel Davis from four yards out.
Buffalo then got the ball back with roughly three minutes to go, trailing just 27-24. Allen hit Gabriel Davis who made a clutch fourth-down conversion and before long, they were at the Tampa Bay seven-yard line facing a third-and-two.
Unable to convert, Buffalo had to kick a 25-yard field goal to go for the tie and force overtime. Once in the extra period, they got the ball first but the Tampa Bay defense stepped up and forced a three-and-out. That was all Tom Brady needed as he led his team on a six-play, 94-yard drive which ended when Brady hit Breshad Perriman from 58-yards out for a touchdown.
It’s disheartening for the Bills who were once one of the best teams in the AFC. And they were also running away with the AFC East. Now, they’re sitting at 7-6 with three losses in their last four games including a devastating loss to New England last week which gave the Pats the lead in the East.
They have four games remaining to get things fixed but they suddenly look like a flawed team.