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.