The most exciting part about this game for the Buffalo Bills is that it was their annual game held in Toronto, Canada. The Bills lost to the Seattle Seahawks 50-17, eh?
Buffalo’s offense struggled in the first half while their defense allowed Seattle to score 31 points. The Bills managed a spurt in the last 1:10 minutes, scoring 10 points.
But things only got worse after that. Seattle forced three consecutive turnovers at the start of the second half.
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick was 21 of 38 passing for 217 yards and a touchdown. He also contributed two interceptions and a fumble, and lamented how his team’s performance reflected poorly on the Coach Chan Galley in his post-game interview.
C.J. Spiller, usually the rushing force to be reckoned had 103 yards, but couldn’t keep up Seattle, who has now scored 50 points or more in two consecutive games.
The Bills are now mathematically eliminated from the playoffs for a 13th season. That’s the NFL’s longest playoff drought. With a 5-9 record, they face the Miami Dolphins next Sunday.