Bills top Saints, 31-6, on Thanksgiving

Coming off a brutal loss in Indianapolis to the Colts, the Bills had a short week to get over their ghosts. They did just that, taking down the New Orleans Saints in the Superdome, 31-6, on Thanksgiving night.

Buffalo (7-4) dominated the Saints (5-6) exactly how they should have with New Orleans missing so many key components.

Here’s how Bills Wire graded Buffalo after the win:

Quarterback: A-

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Josh Allen threw two interceptions or you could say Josh Allen only had three passes hit the ground.

The signal-caller went 23-of-28 passing for 260 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions. His lone mistake was trying to force a pass to receiver Stefon Diggs in the second quarter, which was easily intercepted by corner Bradley Roby.

His second interception wasn’t on him nearly as much. Running back Matt Breida ran what appeared the wrong way on a screen and Allen’s arm was hit as he threw causing the ball to flutter.

Allen still finished with an incredible performance, tossing a touchdown to Diggs, two to TE Dawson Knox, and one to Breida. Seven different Bills caught a pass.

Additionally, Allen ran eight times for 43 yards.

Running back: B+

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Devin Singletary and Breida did little to separate from one another on the stat sheet.

Singletary earned the majority of carries with 15 to Breida’s nine but Breida added a touchdown reception in the fourth quarter when the game was out of reach.

Each was equally successful running the ball, both averaging 2.9 yards per carry. Singletary had the longest run of 15 yards and maybe the running back conundrum comes down more to the offensive line than who is actually the better player.

The Bills’ most efficient rusher remains as Allen and there’s nothing Singletary and Bredia can’t do that healthy-scratch Zack Moss does. This group will be a committee through the end of the season.

Tight End: A

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