Penalties seemed to cost the Bills big time in this game. But in the beginning, there were only two penalties called in the entire first half. That seemed to change in the second half. The first penalty was on safety Micah Hyde who came over on Brandin Cooks on a blown coverage. This resulted in a 44-yard gain.
If that wasn’t enough the very next play, the Bills get caught for having 12 men on the field and enforced the ball at the Bills 1-yard line.
To make matters worse former Bills running back, Mike Gillislee punched it in to make it a 23-16 game.