Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steffon Diggs scored a touchdown against Jacksonville Jaguars with just two minutes remaining to halftime, all thanks to his team’s QB Josh Allen’s excellent pass.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium erupted with Bills Mafia as they finally were able to break out their ‘shout now’ touchdown anthem.

Here is the video of the action:

While the Jags were in control for most of the first half – with them being 11-0 after the first quarter – the Bills finished strong, scoring the touchdown and then switching to their defense mode so that they could prevent any further Jacksonville points.

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“Momentum is with the Bills right now going into the locker room,” former NFL cornerback Jason Bell said on ITV.

For most of the first half, the Bills seemed to handing the game to the Jags, leading fans as well as commentators to wonder if they had been hit by jet lag. Commentators said that the Bills looked like they still needed to wake up due to their poor performance on the field so far. The fact that the Jags have been in the UK since their game last week also seems to be giving them an advantage. Jacksonville beat Atlanta last week to improve to 4-5 at Wembley.

“The Buffalo Bills look like they are asleep, it might be the advantage of the Jaguars having been in London for more than a week,” two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora said on ITV.

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However, the buzz on social media was way worse. “The Bills look horrible. Must be jet lag. They flew over Friday. Seems a little late to get used to such a large time difference,” one user wrote on X. formerly known as Twitter. Another commented: “Still early, but think the Bills made a mistake waiting until later in the week to get over there. Don’t know why more teams don’t leave early in the week to get the jet lag out of that way.”

However, Bills now have a chance to redeem themselves in the second half.