The Bills’ offense responds after an interception that led to the Raiders’ second touchdown of the game. Beginning to dig out from a 14-point deficit, Rian Lindell boots a 25-yard field goal to put the Bills on the board. Buffalo trails 14-3 with 2:35 to go just before halftime.
Fitzpatrick engineered a 10-play, 73-yard drive that lasted 5:46 hitting three different receivers on the drive. The Bills got all the way down to the Oakland 7-yard line and on a fourth-and-one they opted for the points rather than trying to convert the fourth down attempt.