Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen had quite a game against the Broncos on Saturday in Denver, throwing two touchdown passes and scoring two runners. He led his team to a 48-19 victory that secured them the American Association Eastern Chapter title for the first time since 1995.
Allen crossed the opposing goal line twice, most notably on a 24-yard rush in the first quarter. Earlier in the game, he had joined Dawson Knox on nine yards for the major. Before the half, he landed a 22-yard touchdown pass to Jake Kumerow.
The Bills hub completed 28 of 40 stints for gains of 359 yards during the game.
Devin Singletary put on a spectacular late-game play for the visitors, scoring on a 51-yard rush.
On the Chargers side, Melvin Gordon has twice reached the opposing end zone. For his part, Drew Lock managed a six-yard touchdown pass to Noah Fant. The home team quarterback completed 20 of 32 passing attempts for 132 yards.
The Bills (11-3) are now assured of concluding the season atop the Eastern American Division, which has been dominated by the New England Patriots in recent years.
The Broncos (5-9), meanwhile, are tied for last in the West American Division with the Los Angeles Chargers.