Let’s take a look at the highlights from Sunday’s game vs. the Cleveland Browns, which ended 33-13 in favor of the Buffalo Bills.
Twitter is only providing us with a few highlights, but it’ll do.
In the Buffalo Bills‘ first offensive drive of the game, McCoy opened it up with a 20-yard run and followed that up with a 24-yard run. While doing that, he eclipsed the 1,000 yard mark on the season for the fifth time in his career. Congratulations LeSean McCoy!
The Buffalo Bills and NFL gave him some love on Twitter:
With the second quarter winding down, the Bills were looking to score a touchdown before receiving the opening kickoff for the second half. They did just that with a 19-yard reception in the end-zone by Charles Clay. It’s his second TD of the season in what has been a shaky year for the veteran tight end.
Here’s a look at the play:
Giving the Browns a little bit of hope in the second half was an 18-yard scramble for touchdown by Robert Griffin III. He eluded our defense well and finished well near the goal line. It would be the Browns only TD of the game, showing how well the Bills’ defense played today. It was a great team effort.
Here’a a look at the TD run:
Alright, let’s move on to the final stats from the game!