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Bills-Cowboys halftime score, 2015 NFL Week 16: 6-6 tie

The Bills and the Cowboys are tied, 6-6, at halftime in Orchard Park, but only after an ugly late-half possession by the Bills' offense ended in a Tyrod Taylor interception.

The Buffalo Bills and the Dallas Cowboys are tied, 6-6, at halftime of their Week 16 matchup taking place this afternoon at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Buffalo might have held a touchdown lead going into halftime, but a terrible two-minute offensive possession in which too much clock was wasted ended when Tyrod Taylor threw a late fade to Chris Hogan that was easily intercepted by a Dallas defensive back.

Karlos Williams ran for a short touchdown in the first quarter for the only touchdown of the game, but Dan Carpenter missed the extra point, his fifth such miss of the season. That allowed Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey - who earlier missed a 50-yard field goal attempt, just his second miss on the year - to tie the game up in the second quarter with a short field goal.

Buffalo also suffered a serious injury in the first half, with special teams ace Marcus Easley crumpling to the ground while covering a punt. He was carted off the field in obvious pain with a towel over his head and a cast on his left leg.

Three more halves of Bills football to go. This is your open thread for the second half. Go Bills.