Sometimes in the NFL, the final score is not indicative of how competitive the game actually was. The Bills' 40-0 win over the Texans in Orchard Park, New York was not one of those examples. Buffalo outgained Houston 450-to-109 and intercepted Texans quarterback Davis Mills four times.
Josh Allen threw for 248 yards, two touchdowns and one interception, and rushed six times for 41 yards. Stefon Diggs caught seven passes for 114 yards and Dawson Knox caught two touchdowns. The Bills rushed for 199 yards, with Zack Moss and Mitchell Trubisky scoring on the ground.
There weren't many bright spots for the Texans, aside from Lonnie Johnson Jr. who picked off Allen and Brandin Cooks who had five receptions for 47 yards. The Bills improved to 3-and-1 while Houston dropped to 1-and-3.