And now 50 -17
Is that enough yet? I'm used to a Bills drubbing once a year when we have a mediocre or bad team... or at least one from the Pats and one from an NFC opponent... but here we are, 4 blowout losses and a couple more solid losses later, which to me spells a team that has not only given up, but is right there with one of the worst Bills units in recent memory.
Forget expectations of playoffs, or hopes if you will, but no matter if you play on the moon, good coaches and QBs have you in every game.... we don't deserve to be lead by two such sub-par leaders...
Great job helping other teams break records Bills... see you in Miami
Vin had this to say in the video caption: It was a game in which the Bills made another quarterback look like a Hall of Famer, earlier in the year the San Francisco offense had more yards than any quarterback in the history of the San Francisco 49ers including Joe Montana and Steve Young this time Seattle's Russell Wilson looked like Francis Tarkington. Seattle had five touchdown drives and punted just once in a 50-17 win over Buffalo
Russell Wilson rushed for three touchdowns and threw another while former Bill Marshawn Lynch rushed for 113 yards on 10 carries and a nice 14 yard touchdown scamper. The two combined for over 200 rushing yards as a tandem. So much for the improving Bills defense.
C.J. Spiller had a very nice 14-yard touchdown run to the right side to make it a one score game (14-7) before the first quarter expired. It would've been nice if they could have given CJ the ball another 10 or 15 times to try to keep the ball out of Seattle's hand's especially since they only stopped them once the entire day.
The touchdown pass to Johnson put Fitzpatrick and Johnson in a tie for third on the Bills all-time list for touchdown tandems (Joe Ferguson-Frank Lewis) with 23.
Buffalo also got a field goal as time expired in the first half, with Rian Lindell hitting from 41 yards out after the offense put together an efficient six-play 43-yard drive in just 41 seconds to make it 31-17 at the half.
The Bills first three second half possessions resulted in turnovers. The big highlight was when Marcell Dareus blocked the extra-point attempt.
Seattle would add a field goal drive to the ledger after successfully executing a fake punt on a hand-off to Michael Robinson, who went 29 yards to the Bills 14. Hauschka put a 23-yard field goal through the uprights to make it 50-17.
The Bills did not score in the second half and Fitzpatrick went 22-39 for 227 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. He was sacked three times.
C.J. Spiller finished with 103 yards on 17 carries. Stevie Johnson produced eight catches for 115 yards and a touchdown.
The loss ensured that the 5-9 Bills will not finish at or above .500 for the eighth straight season.