In a game that couldn’t be much more “must-win” or “can’t win”, the Bills somehow managed to find a way to topple the heavily favored Arizona Cardinals.
And by “found a way”, I mean they walloped the Cardinals, winning 33-18. The Bills forced Carson Palmer into 4 INTs and two fumbles, harassing him all day long.
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) September 25, 2016
The Bills finally got back to running after firing Greg Roman, leading to a return to form in ‘Shady’ LeSean McCoy. He had 110 yards, after gaining just 117 in the first two games. He also added two touchdowns. Tyrod Taylor also got things going again, getting back to his running roots, rushing for 76 yards and a touchdown.
A @buffalobills record 49-TD QB run.
— VT Football (@VT_Football) September 25, 2016
It was a much-needed win for the Bills, who looked to be on a rough patch to start the year. No one longed for the win more than Rex Ryan, whose seat kept getting warmer heading into this one.
We’ll see if he can continue the momentum against New England and avoid the upset being a mere one-hit wonder.
No Watkins, Darby or Glenn. Bills 30, Cardinals 7.
— Gregg Rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) September 25, 2016