The Bills moved to 4-0, while the Raiders fell to 2-2.
Norman, who signed one-year, $6 million deal, missed the first three games on injured reserve. They activated him Saturday but didn’t expect him to play as much as he did.
He had to take over for Levi Wallace in the first half after Wallace left the game with a left ankle injury.
Quinton Jefferson had a strip-sack of Carr on the Raiders’ next possession, denying Las Vegas a chance to get back in it until only 1:29 remained on a Carr-to-Nelson Agholor touchdown. It was too late as Jaquan Johnson recovered the “watermelon” onside kick made famous by Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein.
Diggs, acquired in a trade with the Vikings, made six catches for 115 yards.
Allen, who briefly left to have his left shoulder examined but didn’t miss a snap, went 24-of-34 for 288 yards and two touchdowns.
Carr went 32-of-44 for 311 yards and two touchdowns. He left the field slowly after his last play of the day, which was the touchdown to Agholor.
Josh Norman, Stefon Diggs big contributors in Bills’ victory over Raiders originally appeared on Pro Football Talk