The Buffalo Bills defeated the New England Patriots 33-21 on Sunday and Bills punter Matt Haack was able to sit back and relax the entire time. He did not have to punt once in the win.
After the Bills took over the top spot in the AFC East, Haack wanted to commemorate his easy day. That's when he asked Bills quarterback Josh Allen for a photo. Bills kicker Tyler Bass and long snapper Reid Ferguson also wanted to get in on the fun, and joined the quarterback and punter in the photo.
It was all smiles all around. Take a look:
Good day at the office #NoPunts— Reid Ferguson (@SnapFlow69) December 26, 2021
Go Bills pic.twitter.com/cTBsYr8y6m
Haack said this is the first game in his NFL career in which he did not have to come in and punt. Some other history was made during the game as well, and not the good kind. This marked the first time in Patriots coach Bill Belichick's career that an opposing team did not punt for an entire game.
Allen had quite a day, completing 30 of his 47 passes for 314 yards and three touchdowns.
The Bills finish out their season facing the Atlanta Falcons and New York Jets and now control their own destiny in the AFC East. The Patriots have the Jacksonville Jaguars up next and will head to Miami in Week 18 to play the Dolphins.