Allen, Bills not phased by crazy week in Western New York

Bills quarterback Josh Allen spoke with the media following the teams 31-23 win over the Browns in Detroit

Detroit, Mich. (WGR 550) - The Buffalo Bills had an interesting week leading up to their game on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.

Both teams were forced to play the game in Detroit, Michigan after a lake effect snowstorm hammered Buffalo and Western New York. Despite that, the Bills beat the Browns, 31-23, improving to 7-3 on the season.

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Bills quarterback Josh Allen has had a tough go of things in the past two weeks but used this game to bounce back. Allen completed 18 passes on 27 attempts for 197 yards and one touchdown.

A crazy week of Buffalo weather led to a lot of big issues for the entire Western New York region, and Allen and the Bills were no exception. Allen, though, says this wouldn't bother the team no matter what.

"Obviously a crazy week. Didn't practice Friday, practiced Wednesday with some guys out. So not your typical week," said the Bills quarterback following Sunday's win. "We've got some resilient guys on this team, guys that care about each other, and do things the right way. We play again here in four days so we've gotta get home, make sure we get some rest, recover the way we need to and be ready to go again."

One major difference for the Bills in this game compared to previous weeks was the emergence of the run game. Running backs Devin Singletary and James Cook combined for 29 carries, 172 yards, and one touchdown.

"Devin and James both ran the ball well, credit to our guys up front making those holes for them," Allen said. "If we can run like that, we're going to continue to run it. That's no secret."

You can hear more of Allen's postgame comments available in the player below:

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