Tyrod Taylor's speed doesn't faze Von Miller

Tyrod Taylor's speed doesn't faze Von Miller

Tyrod Taylor's speed doesn't faze Von Miller

Taylor completed a career-high 77 percent of his passes (20 of 26) for 213 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bills to a 26-16 win over the Denver Broncos at New Era Field.

The Buffalo Bills used play-action passes effectively on first down to keep Denver's great pass rush from dominating the game. But when Taylor reached out to accept Miller's offer, he quickly pulled his hand away in classic "too slow" fashion, walking away and leaving Taylor on his back. If the Broncos - know for their "No Fly Zone" pass defense - can stop opponents from running the football, they will be formidable.

Four minutes into the final quarter, with Denver driving for the potential tying touchdown, Tre White intercepted a Siemian pass at Buffalo's 24 and returned it 14 yards.

The Broncos even limited the Bills to scoring two field goals on three Buffalo drives that began inside Denver's 35.

While Taylor was surprised that the gesture was called for a penalty, he wasn't complaining about its effect on the game. The Broncos also failed to convert on a fake punt from their own 28-yard line. "I just can't kill us - I killed the game today".

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When the ground game stalled on Sunday, they relied on Tyrod Taylor's arm and Stephen Hauschka's leg to pull out a victory. "But Tyrod, we were laughing and joking the whole game, and on that play I just made a very, very crucial mistake at a vital point in the game".

"Me and my teammates, we felt like President Trump's speech was an assault on our most cherished right: freedom of speech", Miller said.

"I don't even talk to quarterbacks", Von said, flabbergasted.

NOTE: About a dozen Bills players and close to 30 Broncos players knelt during the national anthem in protest of President Trump's controversial remarks during a recent rally in Alabama. It hits you in the stomach.

Both Clay and tight end Nick O'Leary lined up to the right of the formation and blocked down to the left as LeSean McCoy faked a run to the left. I've got to be smarter than that.

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That's fine with the running back nicknamed "Shady", who was limited to 21 yards on 14 carries, while adding seven catches for 48 yards. "We are good friends and we were actually laughing on the field".

Passing game finds rhythmThe Bills passing game was determined to get out of the rut they were in the week before at Carolina. "Pretty sure he wishes he could have that back, but got to move forward". With his team down by a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, Miller's frustrations apparently got the best of him. "Ultimately, it worked out for the better for us". "I just have to be better than that, and I will be better than that".

"Tyrod responded in a major way today", McCoy said.

"You always have to pay attention to where [Taylor] is on the field", Miller said earlier in the week.

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