Two of the hottest teams in the AFC. His two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. Monday night football should be fun.
The Buffalo Bills will be able to maintain their top seed dominance in the conference with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals at 8:30 p.m. The first match between Josh Allen and Joe Burrow.
Buffalo (12-3) is on a six-game winning streak and Cincinnati (11-4) is on a seven-game winning streak. This is the last Monday Night game of the season. All Week 18 games will be played on Saturday and Sunday.
This page will be updated during the game.
Bills-Bengals game postponed after Dumar Hamlin performed CPR on the field
Monday night’s football game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals has been postponed to around 10 p.m.
The NFL has released a statement.
“Tonight’s game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals has been postponed due to the collapse of Buffalo Bills forward Dumar Hamlin, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced.
“Hamlin received immediate medical attention at the scene by the team and independent medical staff and local paramedics. He was then taken to a local hospital in critical condition. Located at Dummer and the Buffalo Bills, the NFL is in constant communication with the NFL Players Association who have agreed to postpone the game.”
Damar Hamlin Injury – 1st Quarter 6:06
Buffalo safety Dummer Hamlin was injured in a tackle with Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins. When Kurt came out, most of the Bills roster were either on their knees off the sidelines or stood next to Hamlin.
Click here for the full story on Hamlin’s injury. Dumar Hamlin collapses on the field after tackling Bengals
Josh Allen limps to the sideline – 6:55 1st quarter
Josh Allen crouched and appeared to grab his left lower leg after an incomplete third down. Replays showed him caught by defensive end Trey Hendrickson.
Bills got Stefon Diggs even more involved this week. Diggs, who was scoreless in the first half against the Bears last week, made a 17-yard catch in Buffalo’s first offensive play. Josh Allen scrambled to take him for nine yards before Devin Singletary ran up the middle and scored another first down. Buffalo picked up the blitz and Allen completed across center for 9 yards and a first down to Diggs James Cook 7 yards and 11 yards back to the Bengals 14-yard line He two he back him stole the carry. Reggie Gilliam made a 7-yard grab, Allen threw the ball away on second down, and the pass left Cole Beasley’s hands on third down.Tyler his bass scored his goal on his 25-yard field. I was.
Cincinnati won the toss and wanted to receive. Joe Burrow went deep into a jammer chase on the first play and Tredavius White was called for pass interference. Buffalo cornerback Taron Johnson was injured after being blocked by tight end Hayden Hurst. Johnson remained face down on the field as he was under the care of medical personnel. Johnson was able to leave on his own and entered a blue medical tent. Joe Burrow took a quarterback sneak on the Bengals’ second first down and connected with Hurst for a 21-yard gain. On the next play, Barrow fired a 14-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd.
Monday night football starts 15 minutes later this week. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. instead of 8:15 p.m., allowing ESPN to broadcast the entire Rose Bowl between Penn State and Utah.Rose Bowl started at 5pm
Cincinnati has no top pass rusher. Defensive His End Sam His Hubbard is out of action with a calf injury. Hubbard leads the team with 6.5 sacks and 11 tackles.
QB Jake Browning, HB Chris Evans, CB Jaylen Davis, G Jackson Carman and DT Jay Tufele have also not played for the Bengals.
CB Xavier Rhodes, LB Baylon Spector, OL Justin Murray, OL Alec Anderson, S Dean Marlowe, OL Ike Boettger, TE Tommy Sweeney are on hiatus from The Bills.
Jordan Poyer was listed as suspicious for attending the game told ESPN’s Lisa Salters Poyer missed four games at the beginning of the season and will be injured in 2022 due to elbow, foot and rib injuries. battling injuries. In his 11 games he has recorded 54 tackles and his four interceptions.