Here are some thoughts from the Buffalo Bills' 16-6 victory against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday:
* First, kudos to every fan who chose to attend this pathetic display of football on a soggy, chilly day. This game was awful in so many ways, the kind of performance you'd expect from both teams that are out of the playoffs and (in the Bills' case) missing a laundry list of starters. It lived up to its billing as a glorified preseason game, one of two that will put the Bills' season out of its misery at The Ralph.
* The most entertaining aspect of this game was the running of Tyrod Taylor. He finished with 67 rushing yards on 14 carries, breaking a Bills single-season record for a quarterback with 517 for the season. Taylor's passing wasn't all that special, but he did provide some entertaining moments with his feet.
* Dan Carpenter missed his fifth extra-point try of the season. He might very well have sealed his fate as one of several players who won't be back next season.
* The best thing that happened to the Bills' defense was that Kellen Moore was quarterbacking the Cowboys. Moore is a joke as a starter. He has almost no arm strength, and his accuracy is horrific. If he starts next week, that will likely be Moore's final appearance in an NFL game. He doesn't deserve one more, let alone two.
* Other than Taylor, the Bills were able to put together a solid running game without their lone Pro Bowler, LeSean McCoy. Mike Gillislee ran for 93 yards on nine carries, highlighted by a 50-yard touchdown run that put the game out of reach with 2:25 left. Karlos Williams also did some inspired running, finishing with 76 yards and a touchdown.