The Buffalo Bills took a 13-7 halftime lead against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day after some razzle-dazzle trickery. The surprise play helped propel the Bills to an emphatic 26-15 win over the Cowboys.
After a second consecutive Cowboys drive resulted in a turnover, the Bills converted on a wild fourth-and-1 play in which quarterback Josh Allen fumbled the snap, recovered the ball and surged over the pile at the line of scrimmage for an unorthodox first-down conversion.
Buffalo followed that play up by digging deep into the playbook for a wide receiver-to-running back touchdown pass. Allen handed the ball off to receiver Andre Roberts, who pitched it to receiver John Brown on a double-reverse misdirection play. Brown then lobbed the ball to a wide-open Devin Singletary for a 28-yard scoring play.
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 28, 2019
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SOURCE: USA Today, Jim Reineking