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Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Image by Isaiah J. Downing / BuffaloBills.com. BUFFALO – Offense and defense shined for the Buffalo Bills, as they clinch the AFC East for the first time since 1995 with a 48-19 win over the Denver Broncos. Josh Allen threw two touchdowns in the first half and ran for another, and the defense got a score of its own to help Buffalo pick up the historic win in Denver, Colorado on Saturday.Buffalo started the scoring when Josh Allen connected with Dawson Knox late in the first quarter to give them a 7-0 lead.They extended that lead in the 2nd quarter when Allen carried it in himself on a 24-yard touchdown. It was Allen’s 25th career rushing TD, and it put the Bills in front 14-0.Allen followed that up with another touchdown pass, connecting with Jake Kumerow on a 22-yard strike.This was Kumerow’s first touchdown catch of the year, and he became the 13th player to catch a TD pass for the Bills this season.Buffalo’s defense allowed a Broncos touchdown late in the second to give the Bills a 21-13 halftime lead.That defense made up for it in the second half, though.After Allen scored again on a one-yard run, the defense forced a fumble from Drew Lock.Jerry Hughes scooped up the loose ball and returned it 21 yards for the score to make it 35-13.This was the second career touchdown for Hughes and his first since 2014.Buffalo only allowed one more touchdown on defense, and scored two field goals and one late touchdown run by Devin Singletary to secure the 48-19 win.Allen finished with 359 yards passing and two touchdowns through the air. He also ran for 33 yards and two touchdowns in the win.Buffalo’s record now sits at 11-3. They move on to face the New England Patriots in Foxboro next Sunday night at 8:20 p.m.
By Dialogo December 17, 2009 Arturo Beltran Leyva, a Mexican drug kingpin nicknamed the “boss of bosses,” was killed in a dramatic shoot-out with the navy south of Mexico City, the government said Thursday. Beltran Leyva was Mexico’s third most wanted man, with a 1.5-million-dollar (one-million-euro) reward on offer for information leading to his capture. The leader of a breakaway faction of the notorious Sinaloa drug cartel was killed late Wednesday, along with six cartel members, after a months-long manhunt, said the office of President Felipe Calderon. “An intense battle between presumed members of Beltran Leyva’s criminal cartel organization and members of the Mexican Marine infantry in the city of Cuernavaca resulted in the death of seven members of the Sinaloa cartel,” a statement read. Beltran Leyva, 47, led a feared drug-trafficking operation of international reach and shared blame in drug violence that has left more than 14,000 dead in Mexico in the past three years. One soldier died during Wednesday’s operation at a block of flats in Cuernavaca, a popular weekend retreat outside the capital with a population of 350,000. The firefight was so intense that many residents had to be evacuated to a nearby sports stadium, local radio reported. The operation had been planned for months after extensive intelligence work, admiral Jose Luis Vergara, a Navy spokesman, told a local television station. The Beltran Leyva cartel was formed after a split with the powerful Sinaloa cartel headed by fugitive drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Guzman escaped from a Mexican prison in 2001 and appears in Forbes magazine’s world billionaires list. Arturo Beltran Leyva reportedly worked with the Colombia Norte Del Valle cartel to distribute cocaine and other drugs in the United States. In August 2008, the US Justice Department unsealed indictments against him and 42 other defendants in connection with drug trafficking. The indictments claimed they had imported and distributed nearly 200 metric tons of cocaine and large amounts of heroin in the United States and smuggled cash proceeds of up to 5.8 billion dollars through the United States and Canada. He was also accused of hiring hitmen “who carried out hundreds of acts of violence in Mexico, including murders, kidnappings, tortures and violent collections of drug debts.” Calderon’s office described Beltran Leyva as an ally of the “Zetas” — former paramilitaries working with the Gulf cartel. One of Arturo Beltran Leyva’s brothers, Alfredo, was arrested in January 2008 in the first major drug capture for the Calderon administration. The conservative Mexican president has staked his office on tackling the drug cartels with a controversial crackdown involving some 50,000 security forces across the country. Drug gang influence extends throughout Mexican society, infiltrating even the police and politicians. Bloody violence between drug gangs, particularly struggles over lucrative smuggling routes into the United States, has left the region along Mexico’s border with the United States one of the most dangerous in the world.