Nathan Peterman Placed in Concussion Protocol After Bills Win vs. Colts

Nathan Peterman Placed in Concussion Protocol After Bills Win vs. Colts

Nathan Peterman Placed in Concussion Protocol After Bills Win vs. Colts

Yet those who were still left in the snow-covered bleachers at the end of the game got to watch the Bills' pull off what looked impossible.

The Bills have used two different quarterbacks in the past three weeks and there could be another change when the Bills host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday (10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, CBS, DirecTV).

Only 18 passes were completed by both teams in the game due to the testing weather, but both running backs enjoyed big games - Frank Gore earning 130 yards for the Colts, while LeSean McCoy picked up 156 for the Bills, and went in for the game-winning TD. The Colts made a decision to put their trust in veteran kicker Adam Vinatieri to hit in the snow and against the wind from 43 yards out.

That led to the Colts scrambling to settle for a 43-yard extra point into the wind.

Matthew Stafford passed for 381 yards with an injured throwing hand and set up Matt Prater for a 46-yard field goal in the closing seconds Sunday, helping the Detroit Lions remain in playoff contention with a 24-21 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

"I told them, we have to end it right here", Webb said after the game.

With the spot as clear as the snow would allow, Vinatieri lined up and pushed through one of the ugliest game-tying kicks you'll ever see. Then, we had our first takeaway of the day late in the quarter, as outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo chased down Mike Tolbert, forced a fumble and was able to dive on it to get the ball back for the Indy offense. The receiver also eclipsed the 2,500-yard mark for his career with his three-catch, 38-yard performance Sunday.

At UAB, Webb became the first player in NCAA FBS history to record two seasons with at least 2,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in 2008 and 2009.

While most of New Zealand basks in warm summer temperatures, spare a thought for American Football players in Buffalo, New York.

Coach McDermott said postgame that Benjamin was still being evaluated.

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