Saints 35, Bills 17
Saints Overcome Sluggish Start, Defense Shines, Improve to 6-1
Now that’s what we call a victory! The tempo of yesterday’s meeting with the Bills got off to a really crazy start. The Saints capitalized quickly off a Thad Lewis turnover, and then were pushed back, and Garrett Hartley would miss a field goal. The Bills would answer, by missing a field goal of their own. After the first Kenny Stills touchdown in the 2nd quarter, the Saints would never look back, as they stay undefeated at home, improving to 6-1 on the season.
I like being right, too.
— Hispandrix (@Hispandrix) October 27, 2013
Here’s a few quick stats from today’s game:
Quick Box Score Stats
Total First Downs: Buffalo (20), New Orleans (21)
Third Down Efficiency: Buffalo (38% – 5/13), New Orleans (47% – 7/15)
Total Net Yards: Buffalo (299), New Orleans (386)
Sacks: Buffalo (4), New Orleans (4)
Turnovers: Buffalo (3), New Orleans (0)
Time of Possession: Buffalo (27:30), New Orleans (32:30)
Continue on for some key points in yesterday’s game