The Buffalo Bills, led by Josh Allen, struggled to find their rhythm against the New England Patriots, resulting in a 29-25 loss.
The Bills have faced slow starts, being outscored 24-0 in the first quarter over the past three games
Head coach Sean McDermott and Josh Allen are concerned about the recurring slow start issue
The team acknowledges the need to address this problem promptly to stay competitive in the AFC East
Despite an injury concern, Josh Allen performed with 21 completions for 265 yards and two touchdown passes
In the second half, the Bills made a promising comeback, narrowing the Patriots' lead to 13-10
Josh Allen scored a late touchdown, putting the Bills ahead 25-22, but they couldn't maintain their lead
The Bills are determined to improve their predictable and unimaginative offense.
Tight end Dawson Knox emphasized the importance of upholding their standards and execution
Josh Allen remains optimistic, emphasizing their season is far from over, and they will find a way to get better.