The Bills first-team offense got an extended look on Friday. The starters played six drives, totaling the entire first half in Buffalo’s 24-20 victory in Detroit.
Buffalo’s offense struggled early as their first three drives ended in two punts and a turnover. On the fourth drive, Buffalo would finally put points on the board with an Isaiah McKenzie touchdown run. Two drives later, the Bills offense perfectly executed a two-minute drill that would give Devin Singletary his first career touchdown. Buffalo went into halftime up 14-13.
Buffalo’s defense got its first taste of action against a starting quarterback. Matt Stafford went 12 of 19 for 137 yards and a touchdown against the group.
Buffalo’s injury list grew. Starting left guard Quinton Spain left the game with an ankle injury and cornerback Tre’Davious White was ruled out with a thigh contusion.
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