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Fourth quarter analysis: Bills put away worst team in football

Tyrod Taylor got to watch the final six minutes from the sidelines as the Bills scored twice in the fourth quarter to put the winless Browns away with ease, 33-13.

LeSean McCoy scored his second touchdown of the day early in the fourth before finishing with a season-high 153 rushing yards. Dan Carpenter missed the 33-yard extra point on that touchdown but later hit a 34-yard field goal.

The Browns lost 10 yards on their first two possession of the quarter before getting into positive yardage just before the two-minute warning. They have two games left to get into the win column.

EJ Manuel only got to throw one pass while in the game, an incompletion, before Jonathan Williams was stopped on fourth and 1.

New record: McCoy’s fourth-quarter touchdown gave the Bills their 27th rushing touchdown of the season, setting a new franchise record. McCoy has 12, Gillislee has seven, Taylor has six, and Jonathan Williams and Reggie Bush have one.

Sad trombone: Dan Carpenter missed his fifth extra point of the season after McCoy’s second touchdown. He entered Sunday 27th out of 29 qualifying kickers in extra point percentage (88.9%). He missed six extra points last year.

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