Says Peter King of NBC Sports:
The Bills had allowed just 91 yards rushing a game this year, good for 10th in the league, and it was the Buffalo D keeping the Bills close to the Patriots in the AFC East.
But the Eagles, on a windy and tough day for the offenses, ran 41 times for 218 yards. Jordan Howard had 96 yards on 23 carries, many of them gritty carries between the tackles.
Miles Sanders (above) is rapidly becoming the best back to come out of the 2019 draft.
The 53rd overall pick from Penn State had the kind of offensive game few have had against the Bills this year—on just six touches. Those six touches generated 118 yards, including a 65-yard game-breaking touchdown run in the first minute of the second half.
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