Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham was a one-man highlight reel in the second quarter, making not one but two one-handed catches for touchdowns.
He started the second quarter in style by hauling in a 17-yard touchdown with just his right hand, using his left arm to hold off safety Robert Blanton. With a minute to go in the half, Graham got just enough separation on Nickell Robey-Coleman to make a one-handed snag while falling to the ground.
Not again, @TheJimmyGraham...
Oh yeah. He did it again.
— NFL (@NFL) November 8, 2016
Christine Michael gave the Seahawks their first lead with 4:29 left before halftime, scoring on a 1-yard run. That play was set up by a Ronald Darby pass interference penalty in the end zone. Doug Baldwin definitely got the better of Darby in the first half.
The NFL is so dumb sometimes: The final three seconds of the half were ridiculous. As the Bills were attempting a late field goal, Richard Sherman went offside and unnecessarily dove at Dan Carpenter's knees to block the kick. He was flagged for being offside but not a personal foul. Because a trainer came out to check on Carpenter, he had to leave the game for one play. The Bills quickly spiked the ball to count as the play Carpenter would miss, but were then called for delay of game on the next play after officials appeared to set the ball extremely late. Carpenter then missed the 54-yard attempt.
Clean streak: Tyrod Taylor completed 13 of 20 passes in the first half, which extended his streak of attempts without an interception to 185, the second longest streak in Bills history. Taylor set the record with 222 consecutive passes last season.
Challenge win: The Bills challenged the spot on a punt return with about six minutes left in the quarter, arguing that returner Tyler Lockett had stepped out of bounds. Ryan won the challenge, which put the ball on the Bills’ 40 instead of the 18.