Buffalo Bills: 3 Takeaways from Week 1 win over New York Jets

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Matt Milano #58 of the Buffalo Bills celebrates with teammates following an interception. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

Getting off to a winning start to the 2020 season, we break down the Buffalo Bills Week 1 performance against the New York Jets.

The Buffalo Bills are 1-0 to start the 2020 season with a Week 1 win over the New York Jets and there was quite a bit to digest.

A strong start to the game gave the Bills a comfortable 21-3 lead and it showcased the improvements the team made on the offensive side of the ball. Not only that but Buffalo reminded us why they are still a force to be reckoned with on the defensive side of the football.

It wasn’t all perfect for the Bills, however, as they left some things to be desired offensively and rookie Tyler Bass struggled mightily from a makeable range.  Considering this was the first game of the season with no preseason action, the shaky play should have been expected.

In Week 2, the Bills have another AFC East showdown with the Miami Dolphins and a strong chance to go 2-0 considering the New England Patriots were able to keep them in check with a 21-11 win.

The team will look to carry some things they did well but also need to clean up some things and we look at some of them in our takeaways from Week 1.

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