Buffalo: 30 Minnesota: 23 Both teams started out in the first quarter with steady attacks as they complemented their strengths to the max. Minnesota was all about the running game with Adrian Peterson, but the Bills defense with their new acquisitions were up to the test as they were able to shut out the Vikings in the first quarter. Ryan Fitzpatrick controlled the offense in his time at the helm and drove the Bills down the field for a TD capped off by a Fred Jackson run of 32 yards. Both teams traded field goals in the second quarter as the score going into the half was Buffalo 13 Minnesota 6 The third quarter saw both teams go to the backup as Minnesota QB Joe Webb showed his ability with the offense. He did miss a couple of open recievers while some recievers also dropped multiple passes which only gave the Vikings 3 points in the third quarter. Vince Young tried out his abilites for the Bills and found C.J. Spiller down the middle for a 45 yard TD pass to put Buffalo up by 11. In the fourth quarter the Vikings fought back as Webb found Burton for 75 yards early in the 4th quarter to bring the deficit down to 5. The two point conversion was no good though. Buffalo tacted on a FG to bring the lead to 8. But, it was Webb again leading a comeback drive and hitting Kyle Rudolph down the seam for a 22 yard TD pass to tie the game with the 2 point conversion. Vince Young though shut the door on the game as he lead a 2 minute drive in the 4th quarter and hit Roosevelt down the sideline for 33 yards out to give the Bills the lead and ulitmatley the victory.