Published: Mon, December 11, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts playing through blizzard Sunday afternoon

Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts playing through blizzard Sunday afternoon

After the Colts punted, the Bills took over at their own 35-yard line.

It wasn't the first time McCoy has had success in snowy conditions.

With the turf at New Era Field covered in inches of snow and swirling flakes making passing nearly impossible, LeSean McCoy was all the Buffalo Bills needed in an unforgettable 13-7 overtime win Sunday over the Indianapolis Colts.

McCoy finished with 156 yards rushing and topped the 1,000-yard mark for the sixth time in his career on a slick, snow-covered field. The Colts answered the TD with 1:16 left in the second half, before a very questionable offensive pass interference call (on a pick play on a 2-point conversion) kept the Colts from taking an 8-7 lead. The players are now playing with several inches of snow on the field, and there is no sign of the storm stopping soon.

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Adam Vinatieri is incredibly clutch. The NFL's oldest layer hit a 43-yard wobbler that hooked in from the right and just sneaked over the crossbar. Frank Gore had nine of them for 30 yards, while Marlon Mack had two carries for 17. However, Vinatieri missed a 43-yard field goal. It was also Gore's 42nd career 100-yard game, tying him with O.J. Simpson for 16th on the National Football League list.

With a little over a minute to go in the game, the Colts first went for two to end the snow game in Buffalo and walk out with a win.

Cincinnati • Rookie Mitchell Trubisky threw for a touchdown and ran for another in his best showing yet, and the Chicago Bears ended a five-game losing streak by routing the lackluster Cincinnati Bengals 33-7 on Sunday, their most lopsided victory in five years. "Maybe I know I'm going to get the ball a lot so I try to play extra good if that makes sense".

The Colts did, somehow, manage to drive into Bills territory late in the first quarter, but the drive stalled out just inside the red zone.

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Thanks to McCoy, the Bills escape with a winning record, 7-6, in what could have been easily been a crushing a loss to the Colts, now 3-10.

Peterman's first start, of course was rather historic in a disgusting way.

Bills: Close out home schedule hosting Miami Dolphins on December 17.

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