The Buffalo Bills (7-3) snapped a two-game skid with a 31-23 victory over the Cleveland Browns (3-7) on Sunday afternoon at Ford Field in Detroit.
Buffalo’s offense got off to a slow start and trailed for most of the first half until Josh Allen found Stefon Diggs in the back of the endzone late in the second quarter to give the Bills a 13-10 lead. Buffalo never looked back as they scored on all five of their second-half possessions, picking up the much-needed win.
The Bills running game looked really good as Devin Singletary carried the ball 18 times for 86 yards with a touchdown. The rookie James Cook racked up a career-high 86 yards on 11 carries.
Tyler Bass had a busy day as he kicked six field goals, including a 56-yarder, the second-longest of his young career.
GAME RECAP LINKS:
- Bills 31, Browns 23: Buffalo gets back in the win column (BuffaloRumblings.com)
- Bills show resolve, overcome early deficit to beat Browns 31-23 | Recap and highlights (BuffaloBills.com)
- 5 takeaways from the Bills’ 31-23 win over the Browns (BillsWire.com)
- Social media reacts to Buffalo’s “home” win in Detroit (BuffaloBills.com)
- Instant analysis: Bills conquer Browns in ‘Battle of Lake Erie’ after slow start (BillsWire.com)
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