NFL: Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions: Drama in the final seconds

MUNICH/DETROIT – The Buffalo Bills celebrated the thanksgiving of Amon-Ra St. Brown and the Detroit Lions screwed up, ending any vague playoff hopes.

The AFC East favorite sat down for the first of three NFL Thanksgiving games – New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys starting at 10:20 p.m. and New England Patriots at Minnesota Vikings starting at 2:05 a.m. Live on ProSieben and running in the live stream on . th – in Ford Field with 28:25 (17:14) by.

In the Lions’ seventh loss, St. Brown got his fourth touchdown of the season. In addition, the wide receiver with German mother brought it to 122 yards. Jamaal Williams contributed the second Lions touchdown to the interim 7:7. For the quarterback, it was the 13th touchdown – a season best among self-achievers.

The final stage caused drama. After Stefon Diggs put the Bills ahead, Detroit tied the game with a field goal with 23 seconds remaining, with Tyler Bass ending Detroit’s hopes with 2 seconds left.

With a 4-7 record, Detroit’s playoff prospects are only theoretical. Head coach Dan Campbell’s team is already two wins behind the last wild card spot and has also lost three more games.

Buffalo Bills again first in the AFC East

Quarterback Josh Allen once again excelled for the Bills. The MVP candidate had two passing touchdowns and one running touchdown. However, Allen also allowed an interception.

With 8 wins from 11 games, the Bills take over the top spot in the AFC East from the Miami Dolphins, who meet the Houston Texans on Sunday. With a win, the South Florida team would pass Buffalo again based on the comparison they won.

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