Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals Recap
October 18, 2015
There were still some experts murmuring that the Cincinnati Bengals had not looked like a consistently viable Super Bowl contender. But, this version of the Bengals rolled up to Buffalo, New York to take on the Bills, and dominated a top rated defense to win for the 6th time in 2015 without a loss.
This game seemed a lot closer than it really was by the 13 point difference on the final scoreboard. Cincinnati dominated Buffalo on both sides of the ball. The Bengal rushing attack, split almost evenly yardage wise between Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard, gained just enough yards against the tough Billâ€™s rushing fron 7 to keep the pass-rushers off Andy Dalton.
With time to throw all day, Dalton completed 22 passes for just under 250-yards, three of those touchdown strikes. A late Bills score made the margin of victory a little closer, but the biggest taken from this afternoon was that the Cincinnati Bengals are truly Super Bowl viable 6 games into the 2015 season. Beware of the roar of the jungle coming from the Queen City.
Tennessee Titans vs. Buffalo Bills Recap
October 11, 2015
The Bills offense did nothing for most of the afternoon, but Tyrod Taylor led them on two late scoring drives to overcome a 10-point deficit and pick up a road win at Nissan Stadium. Taylor ran 22 yards for a touchdown to cut the lead to 10-7, then passed to Chris Hogan for the game-winning score. The Bills got the win despite generating just 207 yards of offense. They improved to 3-2 while the Titans fell to 1-3. Tennessee's Marcus Mariota completed 21-of-32 passes, but threw for only 187 yards and failed to complete a touchdown pass for the first time this season. Both quarterbacks led their teams in rushing yards, as Mariota ran for 47 yards and Taylor ran for 76.
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Buffalo Bills Vs. New York Giants Recap
October 4, 2015
The Giants' Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes, including a 51-yarder to Rashad Jennings that sealed a win over the Bills midway through the fourth quarter. After Buffalo got within 16-10 on Tyrod Taylor's 23-yard pass to Karlos Williams, the Giants responded with a 72-yard drive to effectively clinch the game. Both teams evened their records at 2-2. Manning finished 20-of-35 for 212 yards and three touchdowns, while Taylor was 28-of-42 for 274 yards and one touchdown. The Giants also enjoyed a 92-55 advantage in rushing yards. The Bills played one of the more undisciplined games in recent history, committing 17 penalties that cost them 135 yards.