Cowboys’ Win Streak Snapped by Bills, but Still Secure NFL Playoff Spot; Ravens Move Forward

Josh Allen made NFL history in order to assist the Buffalo Bills in winning their Sunday game against the Dallas Cowboys, with a score of 31-10. The match took place on December 17. The Cowboys managed to clinch a playoff berth anyway, despite the fact that the Bills put an end to their five-game winning streak.

Buffalo’s running back James Cook took the lead, running 25 times for 179 yards and scoring a touchdown while the Bills’ defense dominated the Cowboys. This brought the Bills to 8-6, still out of a playoff spot with three games remaining, while Dallas slid to 10-4 after the game.

“It wasn’t a pretty passing game,” Allen stated. “We had the rain and wind and when in doubt, give it to our running backs to grind out some yards. We were smart with the ball.”

The Cowboys, who have not won the NFL crown since the 1995 season, secured a third consecutive playoff appearance. They lost ground in their quest to overtake San Francisco for the NFC top seed and first-round playoff bye.

The Baltimore Ravens managed to get into the playoffs with a 23-7 victory at Jacksonville, and remained in first place atop the AFC at 11-3.

Two-time NFL Most Valuable Player Patrick Mahomes threw for 305 yards and two touchdowns in defending champion Kansas City’s 27-17 victory at New England.

The Miami Dolphins managed to reach 10-4 for the first time in 23 years, and remain a game behind Baltimore for the AFC top seed with Kansas City next at 9-5.

“Baker Mayfield completed 22-of-28 passes for 381 yards and four touchdowns to lead Tampa Bay’s 34-20 victory at Green Bay,” the article explained.

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