The Buffalo Bills went into halftime with a small lead over the Tennessee Titans, 7-6, thanks to some high-level play by their defense. In a performance reminiscent of their week three win over the Minnesota Vikings, the Bills recovered two Titans turnovers. Tremaine Edmunds forced a Taywan Taylor fumble, and Taron Johnson undercut a route for his first career interception. At the end of the half, the Titans drove into field goal range, but despite a Kyle Williams sack, Ryan Succop landed a 54-yarder to cut Buffalo’s lead to one.
The Bills, taking over at midfield after the opening drive fumble, ran the ball into the end zone, on their first drive, finishing with Josh Allen’s third rushing touchdown of the season. Their other two drives were less impressive - one ended in a punt after five plays, and the other finished with zero points on a bizarre play in which field goal holder Corey Bojorquez appeared to be the only player believing the team was running a fake field goal.
Rookie cornerback Johnson was injured late in the second quarter, but re-entered the game before the end of the half. Bojorquez was also seen clutching his elbow following the botched field goal. Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan left with a foot injury.
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