7 quick thoughts for the Buffalo Bills in Week 11 against the Colts

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For the second time in three weeks, the Buffalo Bills have an ugly performance as they fall to the Indianapolis Colts by a final score of 41-15 at Highmark Stadium. The Colts, behind Jonathan Taylor, jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter before the Bills were able to score thanks to a Stefon Diggs receiving touchdown.

However, from that point on it was all Indianapolis Colts as they would score 24 straight points behind their star running back who finished the day with five total touchdowns.

There wasn’t much good from this week’s game but these are seven quick thoughts from Week 11 for the Buffalo Bills.

Jonathan Taylor, Colts offense run over Bills defense in the first quarter, the remainder of the game

It was no secret that the Indianapolis Colts were going to lean on Jonathan Taylor and try to get him going early. They certainly did that as Taylor had 35 rushing yards on six carries on their opening drive.

He also ended the drive with a rushing touchdown, which was the first touchdown the Buffalo Bills have allowed all season.

The second drive wasn’t much better for the Bills’ defense as the Colts’ offense once again drove down the field with ease after Josh Allen’s interception. Once again it was Jonathan Taylor leading the way with another nine rushing yards but showing off his receiving ability with a 23-yard receiving touchdown.

It didn’t get much better from that point either, as Taylor would finish the game with 185 rushing yards, four rushing touchdowns while adding three receptions for 19 yards and one more touchdown.

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