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49ers 10, Bills 3 As San Francisco's Kyle Williams Scores

Goodbye, momentum: just moments after they tied the game up at 3-3, the Buffalo Bills now trail the San Francisco 49ers 10-3 after an incredibly annoying two-play scoring drive from the 49ers.

Seriously: two plays. Alex Smith hit Michael Crabtree on a 36-yard catch and run on a play fake, and on the following play, Kyle Williams got open deep and scored on a 43-yard play that was easily the worst play in the young playing career of Aaron Williams.

The entire drive took 38 seconds to complete. Ladies and gentlemen: the Buffalo Bills defense.

In more good news, right guard Colin Brown - a last-minute addition to the starting lineup just prior to kickoff - has been injured in some fashion and is in a good deal of pain on the sideline, per WGR 550's Joe Buscaglia. That means that Chad Rinehart, the original starting right guard that was removed from the lineup with a calf issue, is back in. If Brown can't return to the lineup, the Bills will be down to six healthy linemen on the active roster.