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Bills blown out at home by Colts, 41-15 (full coverage)

With a cold, steady rain coming down at Highmark Stadium on Sunday afternoon, the Indianapolis Colts brought the heat in the form of running back Jonathan Taylor who rushed all over the Bills defense in the Colts’ 41-15 win over Buffalo.

The first half has not been kind to the Bills ever since the bye week, but on Sunday, it wasn’t only the Buffalo offense that was struggling.

While the Bills defense has normally been stout in the first quarter, the Colts scored a touchdown on their opening possession and then capitalized on a Josh Allen interception with another touchdown, effectively snapping the Bills 13-game streak of preventing opponents from scoring touchdowns in the first quarter.

Nothing went right on either side of the ball for the Bills in this one. Allen and the offense couldn’t get on the same page, with the $258M quarterback having his worst outing of the season. Allen would finish the game 21 of 35 for 209 yards, two TDs and two interceptions. He completed just seven passes in the second half.

Along with the rough offensive performance, the Buffalo defense could not stop Taylor, who ran for an impressive 185 yards and had a hand in 5 touchdowns, four rushing and one TD catch. Prior to the Colts game, the Bills defense had only given up an average of 83 yards per game on the ground.

The Bills move to 6-4 on the season, the Colts move to 6-5.




In the last two weeks the Bills and the Colts have both played the Jets and the Jaguars. The Colts won both matchups, while the Bills split. The two play each other in Week 11 as they face off for the first time since Buffalo beat them in the Wild Card round of the playoffs last season.