Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) looks for a receiver as they face the Titans at Nissan Stadium Monday, Oct. 18, 2021 in Nashville, Tenn.
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The Buffalo Bills pulled out the “Billy Special” during Monday night’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
The Buffalo Bills faced a formidable foe in the Tennessee Titans on Monday night. They literally had to pull a play out of the 2017 Philadelphia Eagles’ playbook.
After quarterback Josh Allen hit tight end Tommy Sweeney in the end zone, Buffalo opted to go for the two-point conversion instead of the extra point kick.
That is when Buffalo pulled out the “Billy Special,” culminating in tight end Dawson Knox throwing a completed pass to Allen in the end zone to give them a 31-24 lead.
Bills running the ‘Billy Special’ is the random magic NFL fans love
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It was certainly a magical play that Bills fans will look back fondly on, but there was some bad news afterwards regarding the player who threw that pass.
Knox had his hand checked out by members of the Buffalo training staff, per Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus. While initially listed as questionable after going to the locker room, Knox was ruled out for the remainder of the game.
This game between Buffalo and Tennessee had it all. First, the incredible Julio Jones catch. Now, the incredible “Billy Special.”