Seahawks soar over Bills

Both the Bills and the Seahawks were off to a quick start with a touchdown each within the first 3 minutes of the game.

After Jerry Hughes blocks a punt from Jon Ryan on the 3 yard line, Tyrod Taylor walks it in for a touchdown.

The Seahawks don’t leave that unanswered. Russell Wilson launches a bomb down field to Doug Baldwin for 50 yards. Moments later a faked play allows Wilson to stroll into the endzone for a Seahawks touchdown.

The back and forth aggression was apparent from the start. Taylor shoots the ball to Justin Hunter for the second touchdown of the Bills.

What’s crazy is this all happened in the first quarter.

It was a very offense driven game,both defenses seemed to struggle to stop the other team from scoring.

The second quarter began with a 17-yard shotgun pass to Jimmy Graham for yet another Seahawks touchdown.

The D-line for both teams appeared to start playing half way the the second quarter. Instead of another touchdown for the Bills, they had to settle with a 48-yard field goal from Dan Carpenter.

After multiple penalties on both sides, the Seahawks scored another touchdown with 4:29 left in the half. Christine Michael Jr. trotted the ball in for 3 yards as the team celebrates gaining the lead.

The Legion of Boom refused to let the Bills offense score again resulting in punt and an amazing play where Graham jumped over Stephen Gilmore.

The Seahawks can thank Wilson and Graham for touchdown drive and the one handed catch between two defenders. It dropped jaws on both sides of the field.

Buffalo refused to end the half without scoring again and Taylor made every attempt to get his team in a good field goal range. To no avail, the half ended 28-17 Seahawks.

The Legion of Boom started the second half with a vengeance. After Richard Sherman ended the first half with an offsides call, he redeemed himself with a 29 yard interception on Taylor.

Taylor figured out a way to communicate with his team over the intense cheers of the crowd and it worked out in his benefit. Mike Gillislee pushed his way through a heavy crowd of offensive and defensive linemen for a 1 yard touchdown.

The downside of that play was that Robert Woods was injured and carted off the field, but the Bills made it up to him with a 2 point conversion.

After a sad end zone drop by Jermaine Kearse, the Seahawks ended their drive with a 49-yard field goal by Steven Hauschka.

Taylor refused to let his team lose on a one possession game, so he began making unbelievable plays. Woods caught a ball for 21 yards after Taylor had to run around allowing him to match up with his receiver.

A crucial sack on Taylor by Cliff Avril with :52 left in the game sealed the win for the Seahawks.

The Bills can recover from their lost with their BYE week and their next opponent is at Cincinatti. With a record of 4-5, the Bills need to beat the Browns in two weeks to keep themselves close to contending in the playoffs.

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