Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills pitched a near perfect game in their playoff victory against the New England Patriots.
The Bills became the first team in NFL history to score touchdowns on their first seven drives of a playoff game before kneeling down on the final possession of a 47-17 win over New England.
Allen, Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes and Matthew Stafford of the Rams all provided big passing days to highlight wild-card weekend.
The Bills became the first team ever to go an entire game without a punt, a field goal, a turnover or getting stopped on fourth down, while . . .