Bills Fail to Stop Tennessee in 34-31 Loss


By the end of the first quarter, it was clear the Buffalo Bills would not be recording a fifth straight blowout victory.

By the end of the game, it was clear they would not win at all.

Titans 34, Bills 31 in a thriller that saw the lead change hands a Monday Night Football-record seven times and could well impact playoff seedings.

Both teams remain in control of their respective divisions in the AFC playoff race, but the Bills (4-2) fell into a second-place tie with the Titans, Cincinnati Bengals and Las Vegas Raiders in the chase for the one and only first-round playoff bye.

Titans running back Derrick Henry proved to be a game-changer, rushing for 143 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries, including a 76-yard scoring burst in the second quarter that put Tennnessee ahead for the first time. He also caught two passes for 13 yards.

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