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Bills 33, Cardinals 18

Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor runs for a 20-yard touchdown in the third quarter against the Cardinals.

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Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor runs for a 20-yard touchdown in the third quarter against the Cardinals.

Bills find feet in upset win

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Suddenly, the Bills offense has started resembling the one that led the league in yards rushing last season.

Safety Aaron Williams returned a botched field-goal snap 53 yards for a touchdown, complementing Buffalo's three rushing touchdowns. LeSean McCoy ran for 110 yards and two scores, nearly doubling his season total of 117 yards coming in. Tyrod Taylor's 49-yard run was the longest by a quarterback in team history.

"This is what we do. This is what we are built for," guard Richie Incognito said. "This is the way we were assembled in the offseason and it's nice to see everything come to fruition."

Arizona, coming off of last week's 40-7 victory over the Bucs, had just 2 yards net offense and no first downs on its first five possessions.

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Bills 33, Cardinals 18 09/25/16 [Last modified: Sunday, September 25, 2016 9:32pm]
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