NFL Football Recap Week 3, Arizona Cardinals Fall against Buffalo Bills, 33-18, Sunday, September 25, 2016

WHERE To Bet Online? Register to Bet On NBA Basketball, MLB Baseball and NHL Hockey at bovada-logo-top-book or at Mybookie.agblacklogo-132x42 and claim your 50% Bonus. HOW To Bet Online? Sign up with Scamdicappers.com scamdicappers to have access to more than 500 sports handicappers' picks daily.
cardinalsNFLARIZONA CARDINALS billsBUFFALO BILLS
1-2 September 25, 1:00 PM | Turf of New Era Field 1-2

When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, September 25, 2016
Where: New Era Field, Orchard Park, New York

Arizona at Buffalo, BOXSCORE
Final 1 2 3 4 T
cardinalsNFLARI 0 7 6 5 18
billsBUF 10 7 13 3 33
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
09/25 1:00 PM
465 cardinalsNFLArizona
466bills Buffalo
 —
-6½ -10
47u-10
TV Schedule: 1 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Cardinals -4. O/U: 47., DTV: 709 | MOSTLY SUNNY, SOUTHEAST WIND 5-10. GAME TEMP 64, RH 46%. betnow-vegas-coverage and Get unlimited 100% bonuses up to $250 on any BITCOINS deposits! Redeem these offers in your Available Bonuses. Now through October 3, 2016and also get access to Premium Picks at scamdicappers scamdicappers.com

NFL WEEK 3 – Sunday, September 25th, Arizona Cardinals vs. Buffalo Bills.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread Money Line Total
cardinalsNFLARI CARDINALS -4 -115 -185 47 -105
billsBUF BILLS +4 -105 +165 47 -115
168x28a-logo-bovada vegas-bet_now vegas_picks_red vegas-bet_now vegas_picks_red vegas-bet_now vegas_picks_red

Buffalo got a 110-yard performance from LeSean McCoy as a key part of its 33-18 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday at New Era Field.

The Bills were a +4.5-point underdog in the win, and managed to turn a profit for their supporters. The combined score went OVER the total, which closed at 48.0.

LeSean McCoy rushed for 110 yards, while Tyrod Taylor added 76 yards in the win. Robert Woods and Nick O’Leary added 51 and 28 receiving yards respectively.

David Johnson rushed for 83 yards for Arizona, while Carson Palmer added 26 yards. Carson Palmer threw for 261 yards for the Cardinals, while receivers John Brown and Michael Floyd had 70 and 65 yards respectively.

Arizona outgained Buffalo 348-296 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 25-16 by the Cardinals.

The time of possession battle favored Arizona as their offense was on the field for 34:00, longer than the 26:00 of their opponents.

Buffalo heads into a Week 4 battle against the Patriots. Arizona, meanwhile, will have their next action against Los Angeles.

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills rode their reinvigorated rushing attack to their first victory of the season.

LeSean McCoy ran for 110 yards and two touchdowns, Tyrod Taylor scrambled for 78 yards and a touchdown, and the Buffalo Bills defeated the Arizona Cardinals 33-18 on Sunday at New Era Field.

Playing without top wideout Sammy Watkins (foot) and left tackle Cordy Glenn (ankle), the Bills (1-2) rushed for 209 yards, the most by any team so far this season. The Bills led the NFL in rushing last season, but totaled just 151 yards in their first two losses.

“This is what we do,” guard Richie Incognito said. “This is what we are built for. This is the way we were assembled in the offseason and it’s nice to see everything come to fruition.”

Buffalo’s ground game found its footing after coach Rex Ryan fired offensive coordinator Greg Roman and promoted running backs coach Anthony Lynn to replace Roman.

“I don’t think anybody needed a win more than we did,” Ryan said. “We are going to enjoy the fact that we knew what everybody thought of our football team and we knew we were a better team than that.”

The Bills’ defense, which had also struggled through the first two weeks, bottled up the Cardinals for most of the game, forcing five straight three-and-outs at the start and intercepting Carson Palmer on each of Arizona’s last four possessions.

“The defense did a great job,” center Eric Wood said. “That allows us to wear down the defense. It was kind of the opposite of what happened to us in the first games. “They were going three-and-out as opposed to us going three-and-out early, so that was awesome.”

David Johnson rushed for 83 yards and two touchdowns for the Cardinals (1-2), who played their first road game of the season. Palmer completed 26 of 50 passes for 264 yards. It was the fifth time in his career Palmer threw four interceptions, and the first time he did so without throwing a touchdown pass.

“Obviously, disappointed in the way we played. Disappointed in myself and the way I played,” Palmer said. “But there’s a lot of football left. There’s 13 games left.”

Taylor completed 14 of 25 passes for 119 yards and an interception.

“They were gashing us, so they didn’t really have to pass the ball if they didn’t want to,” Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson said.

Johnson scored his second touchdown on a 22-yard run toward the end of the third quarter, but Palmer’s two-point pass failed, leaving the Bills in front 30-13.

Chandler Catanzaro then made a 60-yard field goal to bring the Cardinals within two touchdowns with 10:36 left in the fourth quarter. Catanzaro’s kick set a stadium record but came up one yard short of Jay Feely’s team record set in a loss to the Bills on Oct. 14, 2012.

Dan Carpenter’s 45-yard field goal gave the Bills a 17-point lead with less than five minutes remaining.

The Cardinals regained some life with 3:04 left to play when Corey Peters tackled McCoy in the end zone for a safety following Corey Graham’s diving interception of Palmer at the 1-yard line. But Stephon Gilmore made his second interception of the game in the end zone to thwart Arizona’s comeback. Corey White also intercepted Palmer late.

The Bills built their lead to 30-7 by taking advantage of the Cardinals’ first turnover of the season. Arizona holder Drew Butler couldn’t handle a high snap on a third quarter field-goal attempt and Aaron Williams returned the fumble 53 yards for a touchdown.

Taylor high-stepped it into the end zone at the end of a 20-yard touchdown run that gave the Bills a 23-7 lead early in the third quarter.

The Cardinals failed to score in the first quarter for the third straight game but found their offensive rhythm in the second.

“We talked all week about getting off to a fast start and that’s the slowest one we’ve had in four years, offensively,” Arizona coach Bruce Arians said.

After netting no yards on their first five possessions, the Cardinals engineered an 84-yard drive that spanned 9:34 and cut the lead to 17-7 on Johnson’s 4-yard run with 51 seconds left in the half. The drive was extended twice by Buffalo penalties on third down, one for unnecessary roughness on linebacker Jerry Hughes for ripping off Palmer’s helmet, and one for defensive holding on linebacker Lorenzo Alexander.

McCoy scored on a 24-yard run off tackle late in the first quarter and a 5-yard outside run to put the Bills ahead 17-0 five minutes into the second quarter.

Taylor set a Bills’ record for longest run by a quarterback with a 49-yard gain in the first quarter that led to a 19-yard Carpenter field goal.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *