Orchard Park, New York – Quarterback Josh Allen threw two touchdown passes and scored a run, giving Micah Hyde the first playoff win for the Buffalo Bills with a poor pass from Philip Rivers against the Indianapolis 27-24 quarter-century on Saturday afternoon.
Pills lost six games in the playoffs. On December 30, 1995, they defeated the Miami Dolphins 37-22.
Also, the win came in their first home playoff game in 24 years, reaching 6,700 in front of an audience for the first time this season.
Allen finished his day with 26 completed passes in 35 attempts for a 324-yard gain. He threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Dawson Knox and a 35-yard touchdown pass to Stephen Dix.
Dicks finished the game with six catches for 128 yards, with Pills leading the NFL in first season catches and wind-picked yards.
The outcome of the game was decided in the final play when the rivers from the Pills’ 47-yard line saw the bottom four and cross 11 yards.
Senior Golds quarterback gave DY Hilton a long pass, which was surrounded by several defenders on the right side of the final zone. Hyde entered the group of these players, jumped in the air and knocked the ball down.
The Bills (14-3) recorded their seventh consecutive victory since losing 32-30 to the Arizona Cardinals on November 15.
Rookie Puncher made Tyler pass runs that eventually made the difference with a 54-yard field goal, giving the Bills a 27-16 lead with 8:08 left in the fourth quarter.
For their part, the Golds (11-6) finished the season with 11 wins for the first time since 2014.
They also revealed their second playoff appearance in three years under the guidance of head coach Frank Reich.
In his first playoff trip with the Golds – and the last time he ended his career – Rivers kept 27 of his 46 passes for 309 yards. His career record in the playoffs is 5-7.
The 39-year-old, who only reached the club’s final with the San Diego Chargers in 2008, has suffered heavy losses.
“It’s hard to remember the situation in the locker room after that championship game 12 years ago,” Rivers said, referring to the 21-12 loss to the New England Patriots. .
“It simply came to our notice then. It was so emotional when you were almost 40 and not sure if you were in the Caucasus last. “
Just like last year, the Bills slipped almost 24-lead as the Houston Texans took a 16-0 lead in the third quarter with a 22-19 extra time loss. Allen to Dix in the fourth quarter after a perfect pass10.
The Colts responded with seven games, a 75-yard attack, and they gave Zack Pascal a nine-yard touchdown pass.
Following the pass of the pass, two minutes later the Golds scored another touchdown, with the reverse joining the 27-yard touchdown with unnoticed Jack Doyle. Doyle caught another pass from the reverse during a two-point conversion attempt to bring the Golds back to the bills for three points.
“It doesn’t matter how it is,” Allen said. “It simply came to our notice then. It was a win, or we were coming home, we were done working. Next week we need to shift our focus to our future enemy. “
In the first half, the Golds crossed the middle of the field in each of their five attacking series, holding the ball for nine minutes but only one touchdown and a field goal. Bills.
The turning point came when the Colts, who then led 10-7, could not add to that lead, despite four attempts in the Bills’ four-yard line.
The Bills struggled again with a 96-yard ten-game drive with 14 seconds left in the first half for Touchdown by Allen’s five-yard run.
“Our defense did a great job,” Allen praised. “Just before half-time, he helped us get the points.”