Bills improve to 4-0 for the first time since 2008 with road win over Raiders (full coverage)

The Buffalo Bills improved to 4-0 in a season for the first time since 2008 after Josh Allen led his team to 30-23 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Allen scored three of the Bills touchdowns and completed over 70 percent of his passes for the fourth time in as many games.

The Raiders were able to move the ball consistently throughout the game but the Bills defense was able to get stops in the second half.

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The Bills will take their first of three trips to the west coast beginning with a Week 4 visit to Las Vegas to face the Raiders. It will also be Buffalo’s first game in Vegas’ brand new Allegiant Stadium. The total stadium development cost $1.9 billion. It features 19 million pounds of retractable rolling natural turf and 28,000 tons of structural steel, which is heavier than the Statue of Liberty. Sunday will mark the Raiders second game in their new venue.

Buffalo has a 13-15 record in games played at a stadium for the first time. They’ve won their last two. The most recent was against Minnesota in 2018 at U.S. Bank Stadium, and in 2017 the Bills beat Atlanta in Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

It’s the Bills first of four games against AFC West teams. The Raiders are second in the division at 2-1, while the Chiefs lead the division. It’s a 2,265 mile trip to make it to Las Vegas from Orchard Park.

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