The Bills, as you would expect, taking a slow and methodical ground based approach to run clock up 27-0 in this game. The only more lopsided loss was a 34-6 beating against Indianapolis late in the 2016 season.
That Vikings team finished 8-8.
The Bills start strong with a 9-play 75-yard dive that Josh Allen capped with a 10-yard touchdown run.
Things only continued to get worse.
Though Allen took three sacks and fumbled three times, the Bills were able to recover all of them. It took a 27-point lead into halftime.
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Cousins was outplayed by Allen, a rookie making his second career start. The defense continued to be the story as Matt Milano came up with a deflected ball for the interception and the third takeaway for the Buffalo defense of the game.
With running back Dalvin Cook (hamstring) inactive and the score so lopsided, the Vikings set a franchise record for fewest rushing attempts with six.
The Vikings also were without defensive end Everson Griffen (knee), cornerback Marcus Sherels (rib) and tight end David Morgan (knee). The line was 16.5 or 17 points pretty much everywhere, and the Vikings seemed to play it cautious with a couple key players' injuries as they face a short week in Week 4.
Bailey didn't get on the field to attempt a field goal Sunday and had to be wondering if he had made the right decision by waiting to sign with the Vikings.
With the loss, the Vikings are now 1-1-1 this season and they only have a few days to prepare for their next matchup on Thursday on the road against the Los Angeles Rams.