Bills bounce back against the Buccaneers, win 30-27

LeSean McCoy is primed for a strong fantasy performance this week. Photo courtesy of USAToday

In a must win game for the Bills, they fought until the end and capitalized on plays that mattered the most. Overall, this was the Bills that have tendencies to crumble at the of the game, but a team that finished strong and came out victorious. Multiple players shined and they made a huge impact in the Bills win.

With this win, the Bills bump up to 4-2 on the season and send the Buccaneers to 2-4.

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After struggling since Week 1, LeSean McCoy finally came through with a big game. He rushed for 91 yards and two touchdowns and added on 5 catches for 31 yards. He helped bring back the running game that the Bills are known to have and he is looking to continue it through next week.

The passing game by Tyrod Taylor and his receivers was amazing. Deonte Thompson, a receiver who was just signed by the Bills was the team’s leading receiver with 107 yards off of four catches. Tight end Logan Thomas had himself a receiving touchdown off of a nice pass by Taylor

The defense, while they struggled at different points did their part and contained Jameis Winston and the Bucs offense. They played physical and mentally strong. They stayed strong at the end, including the very last play when almost all Buccaneers offensive players had the ball on a lateral play to try and win the game.

There is plenty of improvement for the team, but this Buccaneers team played hard and competed. Buffalo was able to stop them in crucial moments and they utilized what they had to secure a win. With them standing at 4-2, they will look forward to next week as they take on the Raiders.

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