In today’s Bills 2010 look back, we look at the teams 10-point loss to the Jaguars, a loss that sent them to 0-5. As you can read from this story, this loss really got the ball rolling for some to think the team was going to go 0-16.
And the countdown to 0-16 is officially on.
Despite three takeaways, over 300 yards of total offense and three touchdowns from Ryan Fitzpatrick, it wasn’t enough to secure the first win of the 2010 season for the Buffalo Bills.
David Garrard’s three touchdowns and Josh Scobee’s four field goals helped the Jacksonville Jaguars avoid a big letdown, as the Jaguars downed the Bills 36-26. Jacksonville has won two straight and improves to 3-2, while the Bills remain one of two teams in the NFL without a win so far this season.
The Bills raced out of the gate to a 10-0 early lead thanks to Lee Evans’ first touchdown of the season, a 45-yard strike from Fitzpatrick after the Bills’ special teams came up with a turnover in Jacksonville territory when Mike Thomas muffed a punt that Bills long snapper Garrison Sanborn recovered. Rian Lindell’s 29-yard field goal gave Buffalo the early double digit advantage. With just less than six minutes remaining in the first half and Buffalo on top 13-3, the Jaguars scored 10 straight points. Garrard capped off the first half comeback with a 1-yard pass to tight end Marcedes Lewis that tied the game at 13 with :25 seconds left in the first half.
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