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Bills strike at end of half to take 17-10 lead

C.J. Spiller, T.J. Graham , Paul Posluszny AP

The Bills are up 17-10 on the Jaguars in a game just as beautiful as the weather in Western New York today.

The Bills took advantage with a Ryan Fitzpatrick touchdown to Scott Chandler, and then a quick sack-fumble (which Mario Williams created and recovered) gave them the ball back in time for a field goal before the half.

The Jags offense no longer has the deep-ball passing attack they’ve come to count on, and with running back Rashad Jennings out with a concussion, they aren’t able to run consistently.

This one’s going to be ugly the rest of the way thanks to the nasty conditions, and the less ugly team will be the winner.

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3 Responses to “Bills strike at end of half to take 17-10 lead”
  1. sammyscrawfo says: Dec 2, 2012 3:22 PM

    Mario has been playing awesome since the wrist surgery.

  2. yanksbills says: Dec 2, 2012 3:22 PM

    Defense looks really good today against a pretty bad team. Although we’ve played really bad teams this season and looked even worse. Mario Williams is earning his paycheck today and Merriman hasn’t gotten injured yet. Solid.

    Fitz is throwing decently and the RB corps is excellent. Even Brad Smith is contributing. Love Eric Wood too. Should win this one.

  3. billsboy88 says: Dec 2, 2012 6:50 PM

    Exceptionally nasty weather today after a pretty nice day yesterday. Would have preferred to have snow over rain honestly.

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