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Bills snap two-game skid with 31-14 win over Panthers (full coverage)

Taking care of business. That’s what Sunday was all about for the Buffalo Bills, nothing more, nothing less.

Thanks to the Patriots loss Saturday night to the Colts, the AFC East is back in play and they control their destiny now, but only if they win their games, perhaps all of them, and it had to start Sunday against the Carolina Panthers at Highmark Stadium.

Mission accomplished: Bills 31, Panthers 14.

This was not easy, though. The Panthers defense was good, and they were also aided by the fact that Buffalo trotted out an offensive line minus Dion Dawkins and still minus Jon Feliciano. A line, mind you, that isn’t very good even with those two on the field.

It was a somewhat ugly day for the Buffalo offense, not much rhythm, but it was good enough against a Carolina team that has Cam Newton as its quarterback.




After another tough loss last week, the Buffalo Bills (7-6) look to get back in the win column on Sunday when they host the Carolina Panthers (5-8) at 1 pm.

Sunday’s game will feature two teams who are in search of a much-needed win. Buffalo has lost two games in a row for the first time this season and the first time since Weeks 5 and 6 in 2020. The Panthers have lost their last three games, including one coming out of their Week 13 bye. Carolina has also lost eight of their last 10 games after beginning the season with three-straight wins.