Bills Win Their First Playoff Game In 25 Years
It was STRESSFUL....but the Bills got the win.
The Bills beat the Indianapolis Colts 27-24 on Saturday in the AFC Wild Card, which is the team's first playoff win since the 1995 season.
Josh Allen. despite not throwing much in the first half, ended the game with 324 yards passing and three total touchdowns, which included two through the air.
Stefon Diggs caught one of those touchdown passes on his way to over 100 yards receiving.
However, everyone (not just Bills fans) was talking about the evident fumble on the Colts last drive, where wide receiver Zach Pascal appeared to catch the ball, get up, and had the ball ripped out by Bills safety Jordan Poyer.
After head coach Sean McDermott called a timeout, the refs reviewed but ultimately kept the call on the field (which was down by contact).
The Bills will now play the highest AFC seed remaining, which will either be the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans, or Baltimore Ravens.