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Bills up 17-14 at halftime in Detroit

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The Bills win the first half in Detroit after a last-second field goal, but not all of them are smiling in the locker room.

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Miller was taken to the dressing room and ruled out with a knee injury late in the first half of the game, making it harder for the Bills to maintain the 17–14 lead they took. Tyler Bass‘ 47-yard field goal at the end of time. Extreme rushers Greg Russo as well as AJ Epens both are inactive, so the team doesn’t have much firepower for the rest of the game.

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Miller’s injury was sustained during a long Lions race that ended Jared Goff one-yard touchdown throw at wide receiver Amon-Ra Saint Brown on the fourth down. It was the third time the Lions had gone for it, finishing fourth in the first half and converting all three.

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Goff is 12 of 19 for 124 yards, and St. Brown caught four passes for 34 yards. On the way back Jamal Williams scored another touchdown, but he also lost a fumble that led to the Bills’ second touchdown in the first half.

Josh Allen ran for that score and he also hit the wide receiver. Isaiah Mackenzie for a touchdown in the first quarter. In the dying seconds, he took the Bills to 20th for the Lions, but a James Huston sack forced the team to accept a Bass field goal.



Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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