The Bills couldn’t stop Joey Bosa, but the Chargers ’defensive end wasn’t enough to prevent Buffalo from winning.
Bosa had eight assists, three sacks, five quarterback hits, six assists for a loss, a protected pass and a substantial recovery, but the Bills still won. Buffalo never pulled the 27-17 victory.
The Chargers finished the game on the Bills 1-yard line.
It was the kind of day (and such a season) for Los Angeles.
The Chargers fell another frustrating loss to 3-8, while the Bills improved to 8-3.
Josh Allen went from 18 to 24 with 157 yards of touch and capture. The buyer, Cole Beasley, also threw a touchdown pass for a tricky game.
Gabriel Davis caught three passes in 79 yards and Beasley in the 20-yard touchdown.
The Bills ran 172 yards, Devin Singletary scored 82 yards 11, and Zack Moss 59 yards with nine runs.
Buffalo turned the ball on three consecutive shoots in the second inning with two fumbles and an interception to keep the Chargers in.
Justin Herbert scored 316 yards in 31/52 with a touchdown and interception. Austin Ekeler caught 11 passes for 85 yards in his return and ran 44 yards with 14 arms.
With Tre’Davious White Herbert’s 5:17 selection, the Bills allowed him to kick a field goal that scored two goals with a 3:26 lead.