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Buffalo bounces back with a 24-9 win over Washington (full coverage)

The Buffalo Bills needed to bounce back after last week’s loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. They had a golden chance with another team from the NFC East coming to Orchard Park.

The Bills topped the Washington Redskins 24-9 behind a balanced effort across the board.

Offensively, Devin Singletary led the way with 20 carries for 95 yards and a touchdown. The rookie also added three catches for 45 yards.






It’s the wrap-up game for Buffalo’s three-game homestand. And it’s the game that takes the Bills to the midway point of their 2019 season. With a win on Sunday, the Bills can improve to 6-2 – the best record at the midway point by a Bills team since 1993 (7-1).

The Bills and Washington (1-7) play at New Era Field Sunday.

Washington lost its starting quarterback, Case Keenum, at halftime of their last game, a Thursday night affair in Minnesota last week. First round draft pick Dwayne Haskins finished up and struggled, going 3-5 for 33 yards and one interception. Haskins has played in two games, attempting 22 passes, and four of them have been intercepted.