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Josh Allen and Dawson Knox Earn Places in Franchise History Books


The Buffalo Bills put the icing on their Thanksgiving cake with a dominating game against the New Orleans Saints. The offense scored in each of the first three quarters while the defense held the Saints scoreless until the fourth quarter.

A third quarter drive ended with quarterback Josh Allen and tight end Dawson Knox connecting for a touchdown through the air, the pair’s second time for a score in the game.

On that drive, Allen passed 3,000 yards for the season, the third time in his career. Only two other Bills quarterbacks have done so. Meanwhile, Knox set a single-season record for receiving touchdowns from a Bills tight end.

Allen joins Ryan Fitzpatrick and franchise icon Jim Kelly in the franchise history books comes at a time when he is also setting personal bests for interceptions thrown. Still, he’s well-equipped to lead the Bills to the playoffs and help them make another deep playoff run.

Knox has become one of Allen’s top targets this season, ranking fourth on the team in receptions and receiving yards. This game is his second multi-touchdown game of the season.

The Bills finishing the Saints and moving to 7-4 would be very important in their AFC East title chase.

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