Lead by a Doninant front defensive four, sworming linebackers and speedy hard hitting defensive backs allowed the Buffalo Bills to upset the Denver Broncos 26-16. Denver Bronco quarterback Trevor Siemian had the worst game of the season completing 24-of-40 passes for 259 yards but was sacked three times and had two second-half interceptions by Bills Secondary E.J. Gaines and rookie Tre’Davious White.
Denver Broncos defense like the Carolina defense the week before keyed on and limited LeSean McCoy to 21 yards on 14 carries rushing, but shady added seven catches for 48 yards. That open the door for Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor who completed 20 of 26 for 213 yards and two touchdowns.
Steven Hauschka made field goals from 49, 55, 53, and 27 yards was the key elemnet in the Bills handing Denver there first defeat of the 2017 season.
The Bills will face the biggest test of the season this week when they face the defending NFC champions Atlanta Falcons who showcases one of the league's best offenses.