Every Buffalo Bills ‘Scorigami’ game in franchise history
First Scorigami of 2020: Not good for Buffalo
We all remember this one, as it was the first Tuesday night game that most NFL fans had ever seen. This one ended up in a blowout, a 42-16 loss in which Josh Norman got tossed into oblivion by Derrick Henry. It was a tie game midway through the first quarter, but that’s when Buffalo’s luck would run out.
Josh Allen would wind up throwing two picks to Malcolm Butler, who got 80 yards combined off of both returns. That’ll set your offense up nicely, as Henry didn’t have a triple-digit rushing day, but did post two rushing touchdowns. Buffalo clinched scorigami when Allen failed to convert their only two-point attempt of the game.
The second would be much more enjoyable, a smackdown of the Miami Dolphins to end the regular season.
The stage was set in week 17, as the Miami Dolphins came to Orchard Park in hopes of getting a playoff spot. It was a “win and get in” situation for them. The Buffalo Bills slammed the door shut after a Miami Field goal had a 3-0 lead after the first quarter. Then we all know that Isaiah McKenzie had a career day, scoring three second quarter touchdowns (2 pass, 1 punt return TD) that propelled Buffalo way past Miami that they did not have the gas to keep up, never having the lead again.
Buffalo won by the final score of 56-26. Where the Scorigami happened was on a missed two-point conversion, which would have made it 49-21, which had happened a handful of times before.
Bills record: 7-4-1