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[BN] Blitz newsletter: Bills pull one out vs. Buccaneers

A fourth-quarter LeSean McCoy fumble looked like it would be the back-breaker for the Bills. Instead, they rallied from a late seven-point deficit to win 30-27 and improve to 4-2.

The Bills forced three turnovers in the game, which was key to their comeback. Tre'Davious White made the big play late by knocking the ball loose from receiver Adam Humphries, which set up Stephen Hauschka's winning field goal.

The Process is becoming addicting: Before Tim Graham's tired, bloodshot eyes, The Process appears to be taking hold more and more each week. After beating the Bucs, he's ready to surrender to it.

No place like home: The Bills are 3-0 at home for the first time in six years. Sean McDermott is starting to grow on Buffalo – and Buffalo is starting to grow on him.

Miss anything? Catch up in our quarter-by-quarter analysis: 1st / 2nd / 3rd / 4th.

McCoy redeems himself: LeSean McCoy made up for the fumble by scoring the Bills' final touchdown, Kimberley A. Martin wrote.

Tre'Davious turns it around: White was down on himself about getting beat on Mike Evans' late touchdown (which was a fantastic catch), but more than made up for it by forcing a fumble to get the ball back late.

Ouch: After Evans' touchdown, he and White crashed into a television reporter on the sideline. Watch the video here.

Watch: Bills' locker room speeches by Sean McDermott, Kyle Williams.

New WR in town: Meet Deonte Thompson, the Bills' leading receiver Sunday who was signed on Tuesday. His 107 receiving yards earned Sunday's Big Number.

Report Card: The Bills' running game finally got back to form, earning an A.

Matchup Winners: The Bills O-line kept All-Pro Gerald McCoy in check.

Ten Plays That Shaped the Game: The Bills lead NFL in turnover margin, and Sunday showed why.

End-of-half gaffe: McDermott took all the blame for the wasting a golden opportunity even though Taylor threw a strange pass.

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Who? When the Bills needed a big play late in the game, they went to ... Taiwan Jones? He delivered.

What they said: Post-game interviews from LeSean McCoy, Tyrod Taylor, Jameis Winston and more.

Vic Carucci's Take Five: A revived running game helped the Bills rise above the Bucs' mediocrity.

Inactives: John Miller found himself inactive again Sunday.

Gleason: Right when you count them out, the Bills offense comes through.

View from Tampa Bay: What can the Bucs' defense do? Blow games.

Galleries: Check out photos from James P. McCoy, Harry Scull Jr. and Mark Mulville.

Check it out: The Ohio State marching band formed a charging buffalo during the pregame.

Watch: Our Team's Takeaway from the Bills' win over the Buccaneers.

NFL Rewind: Where did offenses go across the league?

Buffalo Bills Trivia: Who did the Bills play in their first OT game?

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