Bills cornerback Tre White took some camera time in the tunnel to shout Cousins" famed "You like that!', mocking the former Redskins QB's catchphrase.
"We really don't really pay attention to what people think about us", linebacker Lorenzo Alexander said.
But hey, there were no Laquon Treadwell drops or missed field goals in Week 3.
The team is now 1-2 on the season. On the Bills' second touchdown, a 26-yard pass from Josh Allen to Jason Croom, the second-year tight end lined up like he was about to block and blew right past Hughes down the sideline.
A week later, they lost 31-20 to the Chargers in a game where the final score wasn't indicative of how badly they played, to the point that Vontae Davis legitimately retired at halftime. Credit an impressive performance from Sean McDermott's defense but make sure to credit Allen as well. Allen continued to show athleticism and growing confidence you look for in a seventh overall pick making his first National Football League road start in a very loud stadium.
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The team released it's game day roster ahead of its matchup against the Vikings, and the running back wasn't listed as active. Allen was 4/5 for 34-yards on the drive. Here are five reasons why the Bills pulled off the upset and defeated the Vikings.
Bills: Beyond McCoy (rib), starting CB Phillip Gaines (elbow) and backup DE Shaq Lawson (hamstring) was inactive.
At least the third-quarter interception by Cousins wasn't his fault. Groy, who had moved to LG when Vlad Ducasse left with an injury, shifted back to the middle as Ducasse re-entered.
Through the first three games of 2018, the same issues have popped up - win, loss or tie - couched by the same buzzword to describe the overarching nature of what's causing mistakes on defense: miscommunication. RT Rashod Hill (ankle) limped off in the second quarter and was replaced by rookie Brian O'Neill. They will travel to Green Bay next Sunday to face the Packers.
If you thought Minnesota's offensive line looked bad on Sunday, they'll have a bigger test on Thursday night against the Rams.