Bills inactives: WR Donald Jones (ankle), OT Demetrius Bell (shoulder), OT Chris Hairston (ankle) DT Kyle Williams (foot), OLB Antonio Coleman (scratch), CB Aaron Williams (chest), CB Terrence Wheatley (scratch)
Paced by a dominant effort from its defense, the Buffalo Bills lead the Washington Redskins 13-0 at halftime in Toronto. Coming into the game, Buffalo's No. 30-ranked defense had registered just four sacks through six games; they've already got four more, and have held John Beck and the Redskins to just 90 yards of offense.
Scott Chandler hauled in a 20-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick to give the Bills a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, and Rian Lindell has since added two field goals to account for Buffalo's scoring. The Bills have been effectively moving the ball all afternoon, but two turnovers - one a fumbled snap, and one a forced throw to Stevie Johnson in the end zone picked off by London Fletcher - have kept the Redskins within striking distance despite Buffalo's dominance.
Buffalo gets the ball to open the second half. Let's see if the Bills can't close out a game convincingly for once. GO BILLS!