The Buffalo Bills lost yet another heartbreaker. This time at the hands of Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings.

Seconds after the game, the standings point out a huge issue with this team, that needs to be corrected immediately.

Before the game, Buffalo was in first place in both the AFC and the AFC East.

Now, the Bills are third in their own division and another loss or two away from full-blown panic mode.

The dominance the team had on offense and defense earlier this season has faded away, quickly.

In fact, the Bills haven’t scored a second-half touchdown since the Kansas City Chiefs game.

Allen spoke candidly on the team’s issues and what’s going on with their offense

A team with Super Bowl aspirations is quickly finding itself “in the hunt” for postseason play.

While it is too early for a full-blown freakout, it’s inching dangerously close.

Key injuries to both offense and defense could be a reason behind their inability to finish. However, there are plenty of capable and talented men on this roster to get the job done.

Josh Allen, and the team, need to be better.

This loss was eerily reminiscent of losses during the Bills’ historic playoff drought, leaving a bad taste in the mouths of fans.

Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane have completely shifted the culture of the Buffalo Bills.

This may be one of their biggest challenges to date.

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