The Bills were deadlocked in a game that was tied twice before Nickell Robey-Coleman picked off a Case Keenum pass and raced 41 yards for a go ahead touchdown late in the third quarter. LeSean McCoy’s inspired rushing helped push the Bills to their third straight win for the first time since the start of the 2011 season by a final score of 30-19 over Los Angeles.
The Rams clawed their way back into the game a couple of times, before Robey-Coleman’s 41-yard interception return gave the Bills a 23-16 lead late in the third quarter.
L.A. inched back into the game a couple of times and got a short field goal from Zuerlein with less than six minutes remaining to make it 23-19, and got the ball back after the Buffalo offense went three-and-out. But the defense held and Ronald Darby stopped a fake punt short of the marker for a turnover on downs.
LeSean McCoy followed with a 24-yard run to the one-yard line, where the Bills killed clock before Tyrod Taylor found Marquise Goodwin for a six-yard touchdown pass with 2:43 remaining to put the game away and lift Buffalo to 3-2 on the season.
Robey-Coleman would add a second interception in the waning moments to seal the victory.