Buffs come back late to beat Bills
December 13, 2015
On Sunday, Dec. 6, the Buffalo Bills beat the Houston Texans 30-21. The Bills have improved to 6-6 and they are third in AFC East. The Texans are 6-6 also, and are now second in AFC South.
On Sunday, Dec. 13, the Bills will play the Philadelphia Eagles. Philadelphia is 5-7, and they are second in NFC East.
On Sunday, Dec. 13, the Texans will face off against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. New England is 10-2 and is in first place in AFC East.
Brian Hoyer threw for 293 yards, completing 26 out of 43 passes. He had three touchdowns and one interception.
The Texans were led in rushing by Chris Polk. Polk carried the ball 12 times for 61 yards. His longest run of the day was 20 yards.
Cecil Shorts III was the Texans’ main receiver. He caught six passes for 91 yards. His longest reception of the night was 23 yards.
Tyrod Taylor had 211 yards through the air, completing 11 out of 21 passes. He had three touchdowns that game.
Buffalo was led in rushing by LeSean McCoy. He ran the ball 21 times for 112 yards. McCoy’s longest run was 32 yards.
Sammy Watkins was the Bills’ number one receiver. He caught three passes for a total of 109 yards. Watkins had one touchdown on the night. His longest reception was 53 yards.
In this game, Tyrod Taylor came in clutch. The Bills were down the whole game, and it looked like the Texans would be going 7-5. However, Tyrod Taylor brought them home to a victory. Next week, the Bills need to start off strong if they want to beat Philadelphia.