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Week 15: Bills 30 Seahawks 27 (OT)

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  1. StevenRhysCann

    StevenRhysCann Arizona Cardinals

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    The Buffalo Bills (8-6) snapped a 3 game losing streak by defeating the Seahawks (4-10) in OT, Rian Lindell winning the game with a 32 yard field goal.

    The Seahawks were looking good early, scoring after CJ Spiller muffed at punt at his own 2 yard line, then following that up with a field goal to take a 10-0 lead. The Bills would get their first points with a field goal of their own, before Spiller made up for his mistake with a breaktaking 91 yard punt return TD that tied the game at 10-10. A mistake by Buffalo allowed Seattle to take back the lead with an interception returned for a TD, the Bills adding a field goal as time expired to make the score 17-13 in favour of the Seahawks at halftime.

    Buffalo got their first lead on a QB sneak early in the third quarter, before Spiller coughed up another fumble which allowed Seattle to score again, WR Malcolm Kelly making a great catch in the endzone to bring the Seahawks back to a 24-20 lead. The Bills scored what looked to be the winning TD on a FB dive with 1:59 remaining, but Olindo Mare kicked a 57 yard field goal at the buzzer to tie the game at 27-27 and send us to OT.

    Tails was the call and tails was the result for Bills as they received the ball to start OT and never gave the Seahawks a chance, marching downfield to score straight away. QB Tyler Dougherty had one of his better games, completing 21/39 yards for 313 yards. 237 of those yards were split between Evans and Moss, who had 6 catches for 122 and 7 catches for 115 respectively. For Seattle, backup QB Jevan Snead was inserted into the game after Austin threw his second interception, and was perfect in going 6/6 for 84 yards and the TD that kept them in the game.

    GG Bates.
     

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