Bills Rally In Second Half to Shock Raiders 38-35


What else can really be said? In a shocking display of offensive competence, the Bills scored touchdowns on all five of their second-half possessions to roar back from a big halftime deficit and defeat the Raiders 38-35.

The whole offense gets a gold star for this one in the second half. After a pretty dreadful first half, Ryan Fitzpatrick fired three touchdowns, including the game winner to David Nelson with under 20 seconds to play. The Raiders had a chance to win it at the end with a Hail Mary, but rookie Da’Norris Searcy came down with an interception to seal the win.

Fred Jackson continued his blazing start to the season with a huge performance, racking up 117 yards and two touchdowns on just 15 carries.

The defense was pretty bad, but you know what? I can’t be negative today. The Bills are 2-0 with the Pats coming to town next week. Let’s enjoy this tonight and get ready for a big game next Sunday.

Your 2011 Bills are relevant. And that’s pretty exciting.

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  • MatC

    21-3 at the half, and winning 38-35? That’s kind of amazing.

    What’s more amazing, though, is the fact that Fitzpatrick was sacked just once, and he never really seemed pressured. Granted the Bills were throwing pretty quickly, but it’s still a good sign for the remainder of the season.

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