LOS ANGELES -- Here's a breakdown of the Buffalo Bills' 30-19 victory against the Los Angeles Rams Sunday at the L.A. Coliseum:
That's three in a row: Who would have ever thought, when the Bills started the season 0-2, that they'd find themselves with a three-game winning streak and a winning record? With the two very winnable games ahead against San Francisco and Miami, the Bills could easily find themselves 5-2 before the schedule turns much tougher.
Player of the game: LeSean McCoy. His 154 rushing yards marked the 28th 100-yard game of his career. It was his second of the season and fifth since joining the Bills last year.
Play of the game: Nickell Robey-Coleman's 41-yard pick six that gave the Bills a 23-16 lead with 3:54 left in the third quarter. Robey-Coleman did an excellent job of anticipating where Case Keenum was going with the ball and jumped the route.
Play of the game II: McCoy tore through a Rams defensive line missing three starters due to injury for a 53-yard gain that set up five-yard touchdown run by Mike Gillislee to give the Bills a 13-3 lead (Dan Carpenter missed the extra point) at the start of the second quarter. It was McCoy's longest run with the Bills and longest since Nov. 23, 2014, against Tennessee when he was with Philadelphia.
Hunting a Touchdown: With his first reception in his first game since the Bills claimed him off waivers, wide receiver Justin Hunter caught a four-yard touchdown to give the Bills a 7-3 lead with 2:22 left in the first quarter. Hunter became the first Bills player to score a TD on his first catch with the team since Robert Woods on Sept. 8, 2013, against New England.
Joining 8,000-Yard Club: McCoy surpassed the 8,000-yard mark for career rushing yards. He's the sixth active running back to reach the milestone.
Sack streaking: Outside linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, who had two sacks, became the first Bills player to participate in a sack in five consecutive games since Mario Williams in games four through eight in 2013.
Carpenter keeps streaking, too: With a field goal and three extra points, Carpenter has now scored in 53 consecutive games with the Bills. That's the fifth-longest scoring streak in club history. His six points made him the sixth player to have 400 points for the franchise.
Reggie's quiet homecoming: Reggie Bush, a former USC star, had many a big game in the L.A. Coliseum. But on Sunday, he had one only carry for three yards. It was good enough to give him 9,000 career yards from scrimmage.
Counting the house: The Rams announced that 83,679 tickets were distributed for the game. A fairly strong contingent of Bills fans could be seen throughout the massive structure. And they definitely made themselves heard.
Up next: After two games on the road, the Bills are back at New Era Field to face the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday.