If it is true that misery loves company, then fans of the Buffalo Bills have surely come to the right place. The Bills were embarrassed 37-5 by the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday afternoon, in another game that has fans questioning the future of the 2018 season. Today’s links include planty of updates from the loss including news on LeSean McCoy, Sean McDermott, Derek Anderson, and much more. Enjoy.
Bills vs. Colts: Buffalo gets blown out (10 observations) | NewYorkUpstate.com
Here are 10 observations from Sunday's loss against Indianapolis.
Report card: Indianapolis Colts embarrass Buffalo Bills | NewYorkUpstate.com
The Bills struggled on both sides of the ball against the Colts.
The Buffalo Bills quarterback situation is an absolute mess | NewYorkUpstate.com
Coach Sean McDermott deserves blame for mismanaging the process.
Sean McDermott: " Continue to Drive Towards Our Goals" - BuffaloBills.com
Bills Head Coach Sean McDermott addresses the media regarding the Bills week 7 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts
GAME RECAP: Bills fall to Colts on the road - BuffaloBills.com
That was ugly.
Sal's Sticks: Bills at Colts | WGR 550 SportsRadio
Yet another loss for the Bills where the game was basically over by halftime.
Vic Carucci’s Hot Read: Bills hit rock bottom in loss against Colts – The Buffalo News
The Bills offense, which is averaging a pathetic 11.6 points per game, is atrocious and only figures to get worse from here.
Yikes. | WGR 550 SportsRadio
"The thing about getting a safety on defense is that it makes the score, even though it’s two more points than you would’ve had, seem even more ridiculous."
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Buffalo Bills blown out by Indianapolis Colts: five takeaways include Kelvin Benjamin, Derek Anderson - Buffalo Rumblings
The Bills stink.
Buffalo Bills lose 37-5 to Indianapolis Colts with LeSean McCoy our due to head injury - Buffalo Rumblings
The game really wasn’t even that close
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy leaves game with injury - Buffalo Rumblings
Looks like an ankle injury. But they are calling it a head evaluation.