The Bills wasted no time turning a Todd Gurley fumble into points early in the second quarter.
LeSean McCoy accounted for most of the yardage, taking the a handoff on the Bills' second play and going 55 yards down to the 5. Mike Gillislee took a pitch from Tyrod Taylor into the end zone on the next play, putting the Bills ahead 13-3 after Dan Carpenter's extra point was blocked.
Tyrod pitches to Gillislee...
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McCoy went over 100 yards rushing in the first half alone, helping set the Bills up for a short field goal just before halftime that gave the Bills a 16-13 lead.
Red zone D holds: Amazingly, the Bills defense had forced turnovers on three consecutive red zone trips entering Sunday's game. That streak was unlikely to continue, but the Bills red zone defense held early, holding the Rams to field goals in the first and second quarter, before Gurley's 1-yard touchdown tied the game.
Yikes: NFL football is back in Los Angeles for the first time in two decades, but that's no excuse for the PA announcer having to remind the crowd to be loud while the home team is on defense but quiet while they're on offense. That's embarrassing.