Josh Allen's Gritty Performance Leads Buffalo Bills to 24-18 Victory Over Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Bills quarterback Josh Allen answered questions regarding his "low-energy" approach and the team's sluggish offensive start.

He had a strong performance by throwing for 324 yards on 31 of 40 passing.

Allen was listed on the Bills' injury report with a right shoulder injury, and was checked out in the blue medical tent during the second quarter.

Gabriel Davis had a standout performance with a career-best nine catches for 87 yards and a touchdown.

Additionally, rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid scored his first career touchdown with a 22-yard catch.

The Buffalo Bills' defense played a key role by limiting the Baker Mayfield-led Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offense to under 200 yards passing through three quarters and 302 total yards in the game.

Bills punter Sam Martin played a key role by returning three punts inside the Tampa Bay 10-yard line.

Baker Mayfield attempted a late rally for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, throwing a 24-yard touchdown pass to Mike Evans.