Bills pull within two scores, Saints lead 28-17
NEW ORLEANS - The Saints finally got their offense going thanks to two touchdown throws to tight end Jimmy Graham.
After a first quarter of penalties and miscues, Drew Brees finally got the offense firing on all cylinders - starting with a long 69-yard touchdown pass to rookie wideout Kenny Stills.
The Bills did take advantage of a blown coverage by the New Orleans defense as Marquise Goodwin got behind the D to set up Buffalo with their first score of the second half.
The Saints lead the Bills 28-17 with 14 minutes left in the game.
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