The Buffalo Bills picked adult their 400th win (including playoffs) in authorization story in stylish fashion, pummeling a Indianapolis Colts by a measure of 27-14 in Sunday’s regular-season opener during Ralph Wilson Stadium, per Sportsnet Stats.
Although a final domain was a medium 13 points, a Bills had full control of a diversion throughout.
Quarterback Tyrod Taylor found far-reaching receiver Percy Harvin for a 51-yard touchdown to open a scoring in a final notation of a initial quarter, and a Bills afterwards extended a lead to 17-0 before halftime.
Not utterly done, a Bills marched 80 yards on 11 plays on a opening expostulate of a second half, eventually holding a autocratic 24-0 lead on a one-yard touchdown thrust by using behind Anthony Dixon.
The Colts narrowed a opening to 27-14 when quarterback Andrew Luck threw a six-yard touchdown pass to parsimonious finish Dwayne Allen with only underneath 6 mins remaining, though Luck afterwards tossed a game-sealing interception to Bills reserve Aaron Williams on a subsequent drive.
The Bills now have a 386-443-8 regular-season record as a franchise, with a 14-15 symbol in a playoffs that, of course, includes a 0-4 record in a Super Bowl.
Though they seem primed for playoff row this season, a Bills won’t be coming a .500 symbol any time soon.