Final: Bills give up 41 points at home, lose to Colts: Game Thread

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Buffalo Bills had four turnovers and gave up five total touchdowns to Colts running back, Jonathan Taylor.

The Bills win the coin toss and choose to defer.

Taylor, on the drive is now the NFL’s leading rusher, moving over the Titans’ Derrick Henry.

Tyler Bass ties is up with the extra point kick.

Before the Bills could respond, Isaiah McKenzie fumbled the kickoff return. The Colts takeover in Buffalo territory.

Out of haltime, Buffalo is unable to move the chains. On the Colts first possession in the third quarter, Carson Wentz completes a 3rd & 6 pass to T.Y. Hilton for the first down. A late hit has them in Bills territory again.

A Tyler Bass missed field goal keeps the score at 24-7 with the Colts in front.

Indianapolis’ Jonathan Taylor has found the endzone for a fourth time this game and third on the ground. Colts extend the lead to 31-7.

Josh Allen throws another interception trying to find Emmanuel Sanders downfield.

Five total touchdowns now for Jonathan Taylor. The NFL record is six in a single-game (Alvin Kamara, Gale Sayers, Dub Jones).

Add on three more points for Indianapolis. The Colts lead, 41-15 in the fourth quarter.