LAfter a snowfall in upstate New York the Buffalo Bills defeated the Cleveland Browns 31-23 at Ford Field in Detroit.The Bills (7-3) avoided blowin
LAfter a snowfall in upstate New York the Buffalo Bills defeated the Cleveland Browns 31-23 at Ford Field in Detroit.
The Bills (7-3) avoided blowing a halftime lead for the third straight game, by scoring on all five of their second half possessions and by protecting the ball better this time around.
Cleveland (7-3) got within eight points, however, and made an onside kick in the final minutes. Receiver Gabe Davis failed to catch the ball, and running back Taiwan Jones carried the ball out of the field.
Many Bills and Browns fans attended the game. The first chanted “Come on Buffalo” and the second barked
The NFL’s decision to move the game before the storm in Buffalo, deprived the Bills of home court advantage. However, the team strove to feel at home at Highmark Stadium.
A train horn blared and a harangue from the Bills Mob, just as it often is in Buffalo.
The Bills, who will play in Detroit again on Thanksgiving Day, They started slow but they came out on top, after a week in which they had to alter their plans because of the storm.