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Two interceptions, one for a touchdown, bring Robey-Coleman weekly AFC honor

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Bills cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman provided what became the winning touchdown on an interception last Sunday, then added another interception on the game’s final drive.

The Bills went on to beat the Rams, 30-19, and Robey-Coleman on Wednesday won his first AFC Defensive Player of the Week honor.

Robey-Coleman now has two defensive touchdowns this season. The Bills have back-to-back winners of the AFC Defensive Player of the Week award, too, after linebacker Zach Brown won the honor in Week 4. They’re the first consecutive winners of the award for the Bills since 1991 when Cornelius Bennett and Nate Odomes won in consecutive weeks.

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6 Responses to “Two interceptions, one for a touchdown, bring Robey-Coleman weekly AFC honor”
  1. 60ftlesbianoctopus says: Oct 12, 2016 9:53 AM

    It was almost 3 interceptions as well! This guy is pure class and bring 110% on every play and every practice rep.

  2. dspyank2k11 says: Oct 12, 2016 10:12 AM

    Cautious Optimism….

  3. dspyank2k11 says: Oct 12, 2016 10:14 AM

    However, Great job Robey-Coleman! Equal Kudos to Brown from last week!

    Keep it going guys bigger fish down the line!

  4. jeffreyshulenburg says: Oct 12, 2016 11:07 AM

    One of the most underrated Nickel corners in the league. He is a top 5 blitzing CB and as seen here, he isnt that bad in coverage. His knock is that hes undersized but he plays hard

  5. spillertime21 says: Oct 12, 2016 11:30 AM

    Zach Brown DPOW last week

    Robey-Coleman DPOW this week

    Street free agent Lorenzo Alexander leads the league in sacks.

    But Rex is a terrible coach?

    Imagine this defense when Dareus and Lawson get on the field.

    Just like those old Bruce Smith commercials…..bad things, man. Baaaaaad things

  6. limakey says: Oct 12, 2016 8:42 PM

    The next two games are crucial. The Bills have the nasty habit of losing to teams they should beat. If they are able to keep playing four quarters of football, they will at least stay in the hunt. They can’t let NE get a two game lead on them.

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