QB Josh Allen throws three touchdown passes as the Buffalo Bills open the season with a 31-10 victory over the Los Angeles Rams.

Everyone expecting from Buffalo Bills to deliver in the season opening game against defending champion Angeles Rams on Thursday night.

Despite first-half blunders, the Bills made a statement to the rest of the league by winning 31-10 at SoFi Stadium.

The Bills, who are the Super Bowl favourites this year, and the Falcons were tied at 10 at the half.

In the second half, the Bills came out strong and scored touchdowns on three successive possessions.

While preventing two punts and intercepting Matthew Stafford twice in the second half alone.

Despite Allen's two interceptions in the first half, the Bills went into the half tied.

One of which was deflected by wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie, and a fumble by rookie running back James Cook on his first NFL action.

Allen led the way in the second half, opening up the field in the fourth quarter with a 47-yard connection to Davis and a 53-yard touchdown pass to Diggs.

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