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NFL Bills Vs. Vikings scores: live updates, game stats, highlights, analysis

The home team led 24–10 at halftime when snow fell on the Buffalo field between the Vikings and Bills in the first half.

NFL Bills Vs. Vikings scores: live updates, game stats, highlights, analysis

Josh Allen, who has been out of shape all week with an elbow injury, took the start. Allen was able to avoid big hits and turnovers early as he completed 14 of 18 first half passes for 136 yards and a touchdown, then added 46 more yards from the ground thanks to three scrambles in his 64th straight start.

Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​got slippery in the 30th minute of the first half, dropping a punt attempt to running back Dalvin Cook, then started running back, and wide receiver K.J. Osborne.

Minnesota got off to an easy start by scoring their opening drive touchdown after six plays, the last of which wide receiver Justin Jefferson secured on a deep pass for a 22-yard score.

However, the Vikings were unable to progress in the red zone for much of the first half. Minnesota scored the go-ahead for Buffalo 2, but tight end T.J. Hawkenson.

Cousins ​​finished the first half with 143 passing yards, scoring on the opening drive and an interception while completing 12 of 21 passing attempts.

Bills running back Devin Singletary recorded one of the best games of his career, totaling 33 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns on his first six carries.

However, his last 3 carries went for only 8 yards and included a missed fumble. A key sequence in the first half came when the Vikings elected to pass on a third and fourth down play after a two-minute warning on the Bills’ 28. Both fell incomplete, resulting in turnovers on field goals.

It was easy. Allen ran 25 yards to start the drive, dispelling concerns about an elbow injury before the game. Four plays later, Buffalo was in the end zone on an 11-yard score from Allen’s hand to wide receiver Gabe Davis, giving them a two touchdown lead, 24–10 with 32 seconds left in the half.

The Vikings will be looking to put the score back up in the second half, so stay tuned for our coverage of this Week 10 showdown between the NFL’s two winningest teams for all live updates and analysis!

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