The Buffalo Bills’ offense looked decidedly off to start in their game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Perhaps it was due to the fact that the entire organization had to up and move to Detroit’s Ford Field for the game after massive snowfalls shut Orchard Park down… but it was ugly to start. Halfway through the second quarter, the Bills had just 12 yards passing, and top receiver Stefon Diggs didn’t have a single target.
Not that there weren’t opportunities.
Josh Allen missed a WIDE open Stefon Diggs on second down. Instead, another three-and-out. pic.twitter.com/yLf6zynvVo
— Alaina Getzenberg (@agetzenberg) November 20, 2022
At one point, Diggs and head coach Sean McDermott discussed the matter. Diggs appeared frustrated, and understandably so.
Sean McDermott had a quick conversation with Stefon Diggs after the Bills last offensive drive. pic.twitter.com/YYY9ljz92a
— Dan Fetes (@danfetes) November 20, 2022
And then, with 14 seconds left in the first half, Allen finally saw fit to get the ball to his best receiver, with a five-yard touchdown pass, and a 13-10 Bills lead, as the outcome.
Stefon Diggs has entered the chat.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 20, 2022
Sometimes, it’s best to go to the boss to get things sorted out.