Bills Storm All the Way Back, Take the Lead 24 – 21 on Fred Jackson’s 1-yard TD Run

We’re starting to find out what this Buffalo Bills team is made off.

Down 21-3 at halftime, the Bills have stormed all the way back and taken the lead just 50 seconds into the fourth quarter on Fred Jackson’s 1-yard touchdown run, his second touchdown run of the game and Buffalo takes the lead 24-21.  Both of Jackson’s scores have come in the second half.

After forcing Oakland to go three and out, the Bills marched 69 yards on seven plays in 3:21.  Steve Johnson had two catches on the drive for 24 yards.  Jackson had another big run on the drive, this time going for 29 yards.  Tight end Scott Chandler’s 10-yard catch got the Bills down to the Oakland 1-yard line and Jackson finished off the drive with the Buffalo’s third unanswered touchdown of the day.

Buffalo leads Oakland 24-21 with 14:10 left to go in the fourth quarter.

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