The Buffalo Bills were able to exorcize their demons with the utter thrashing of the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football.

Another win means another record for this Bills team that appears to be unbeatable through two games.

Last night was the first Bills Monday Night Football win since 1994, before Josh Allen was even born.

More history made

Josh Allen’s historic rise, by no surprise, has correlated with overall team success over the past few years.

In fact, the Bills joined some impressive company after yet another double-digit victory last night.

Bills fans remember all too well the troubled past this team has had over the better part of two decades.

There would be games where the team would have difficulties scoring just one touchdown.

Now, the Bills’ offense is a freight train with no signs of slowing after dominant wins over the defending Super Bowl champions and now the reigning one seed in the AFC last season.

A party in Buffalo

The legendary Bills coach, Marv Levy, made a surprise appearance that perfectly exemplified what kind of night the Bills, and their fans, would have.

Key losses on both offense and defense weren’t able to slow down this team.

Mr. Monday Night Football himself, Stefon Diggs, wound up being the difference maker in this game.

Diggs’s impressive showing of 12 catches, 148 yards, and 3 touchdowns was just too much for the Titans’ defense to overcome.

Josh Allen does Josh Allen things

A dominant Bills victory typically means a good night from the franchise quarterback, last night was no different.

Allen carved the Titans’ defense who had been battling injuries of their own.

While Allen has had to use his legs in the past to get the job done, this game almost solely relied on his rocket arm and poise in the pocket.

Allen’s day was cut short as the star quarterback was pulled in the third quarter. Not due to injury, but because the game was so out of hand his services were no longer needed.

He finished his day throwing for 317 yards with a 68.4% completion percentage, four touchdowns and a 137.9 quarterback rating.

Allen now leads all NFL quarterbacks with eight touchdowns on the year.

Furthermore, Allen tallied his 15th career 300-yard game, which is second-most in team history.

Highmark stadium was legendary

From the tailgate to the opening kickoff, the atmosphere felt different.

This Buffalo Bills team is arguably the best that the beloved fans of Buffalo have ever witnessed.

With a star quarterback at the helm, an elite defense, and an electric receiving corps, expectations are at an all-time high.

As the team gears up for a showdown against AFC East rival, Miami Dolphins, we are going to enjoy every second of this on-field dominance.

Marv Levy opened up last night with the perfect sentiment that holds true nearly 12 hours after kickoff.

Where else would you rather be than right here, right now?

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