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Buffalo Bills Turn Half-Time Into a Special Celebration for Two Fans

Buffalo Bills Turn Half-Time Into a Special Celebration for Two Fans

On Sunday, NFL team Buffalo Bills made the night of two fans even more memorable. As it turns out, during the half-time break, the team conducted a wedding between the two fans. Mackenzie Park and Jordan Binggeli even had a few special guests at the ceremony.

Buffalo Bills legend Jim Kelly walked down the aisle with Park and former Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams conducted the ceremony. Around 60,000 cheering fans bore witness to this special occasion as Park and Binggeli officially tied the knot.

Normally, in the NFL, half time lasts around 12 minutes, unless there were musical performances. However, the happy couple were given enough time to complete the ceremony at their own pace. For the cherry on top, they even got two Super Bowl tickets, which will be held on February 2nd, 2020.

Sadly, for the Buffalo Bills themselves, the impromptu wedding proved to be the only reason to smile. As it turns out, they lost that game to the New England Patriots, 10-16.

Apparently, the team’s pass offense was horrific to say the least. Quarterback Josh Allen played a terrible game as his accuracy was all over the place. He threw three interceptions, all of which were terrible decisions and throws. His ball placement was embarrassing and his touch on deep throws was even worse.

He held the ball for too long on a number of occasions and was sacked four times. And then he exposed himself to a vicious shot that knocked him out of the game. Allen alone was not to be blamed, his teammates shared much of the blame.

The receivers struggled to get open, and the offensive line failed to hold off the Patriots pressure, especially during the blitz. While the other quarterback Matt Barkley managed to hold his own, he alone could not carry the team, despite four possessions with a chance to take the lead.

On the other hand, their run offense was far better, courtesy the efforts of running back, Frank Gore. The 36-year-old cranked out 109 yards on 17 carries including a season-best 41-yard breakaway. Unfortunately, he was the sole bright spark, as T.J. Yeldon’s contributions came on four catches for 68 yards.

Allen had five runs for 26 yards and he scored the only touchdown on a fourth-down keeper. He just barely snuck the ball across the goal line before it was swatted out of his hands. The Patriots proved too good on pass defense and the Bills may have been more successful had they tried to run a little more.

The pass defence was also rock solid, as Tom Brady struggled to penetrate the Bills defense. Brady was 18 of 39 for just 150 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. On 11 of their 13 possessions the Patriots had one or no first downs and finished with just 11 first downs and 224 total yards.

Meanwhile, Slot WR Julian Edelman made just four catches for 30 yards. In addition to that, Josh Gordon and Phillip Dorsett, were mostly invisible as they combined for five catches worth just 56 yards. Even right-back James White, a usual thorn in the Bills’ side, had eight catches that totalled only 57 yards.

On run defense, the Bills had Brady in unfavorable down-and-distance because they were able to snuff early-down runs. MLB Tremaine Edmunds may have played his best game of the season as he led the Bills with 11 tackles and also broke up a pass. Also, Jordan Poyer and Matt Milano also had solid games against the run as Sony Michel managed only 63 yards on 17 carries, 15 of the yards coming on the first play of the game.

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