The Buffalo Bills fell to the New York Giants at home.
The New York Giants marched upstate and put a whooping on a plucky Buffalo Bills team. Eli Manning put on his veteran’s cap and stared down a rabid crowd at The Ralph to push their record to 2-2.
While the final 24-10 score might not jump off the page, New York overwhelmed Buffalo throughout the game. They scored methodically while keeping the Bills scoreless through the game’s middle quarters – not relinquishing a touchdown until early in the fourth quarter.
Tyrod Taylor has seemingly fallen back to Earth. On the day he was 28-for-42 with one touchdown and interception apiece. Taylor recorded 274 yards passing, but couldn’t generate any momentum until the game’s final period. Ultimately, the Bills really felt the absences of their top wide receiver Sammy Watkins, and running back LeSean McCoy.
Both Buffalo and New York sit at .500 for the season.
Eli Manning: 20/35, 212 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT
Kerry Wynn: 8 tackles (7 solo), 2 TFL
Charles Clay: 9 rec, 111 yards, 12.3 ypc
The Bills were favored by 6 and did not cover.
The Giants will face the San Francisco 49ers at home on Sunday, October 11.
Buffalo will head to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, October 11.
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