Bills suffer first loss of season, fall to Titans 42-16 (full coverage)

Well, no one truly believed that the Buffalo Bills were going to go undefeated in 2020.

Of course, not many people figured the start to their perfect season would be ended by a team that had practiced once in two weeks, but that’s what happened Tuesday night.

The Tennessee Titans, home to the NFL’s first COVID-19 disaster area, looked like the exact opposite of a team that had hardly practiced as they rolled to a lopsided 42-16 victory over the Bills, the team that looked exactly like it had hardly practiced in two weeks.

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There’s potential for the Bills to start the season 5-0 for the first time since 1991. It would mark just the second time in franchise history the Bills would start the season with five straight wins. Buffalo has already accumulated several impressive stats through four weeks of play, going undefeated into Week 6 against the Chiefs would be the icing on the cake to start the season.

The Bills recorded their third-straight game of at least 30 points after a win against the Raiders making it the most consecutive 30-point games for a Bills team since 2011. They have also scored at least 27 points in all games so far this season, the highest point total in four-straight games since 2004. The Titans also enter this contest undefeated with three wins and lead the AFC South. Only one of these teams will leave Nashville undefeated on Tuesday.

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