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Bills top Colts in overtime playing through 8 inches of snow, near white-out conditions.

— Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams on the Bills fans who stuck it out through the snow.
Doyle’s catch capped a 19-play, 77-yard drive.
The Colts decided to go for the two-point conversion and Doyle was wide open on the play, which was similar to the touchdown he scored.
However, Indianapolis was called for offensive pass interference, negating the play, which would have given the Colts a likely 8-7 win. “We put that ball into the end zone and we were feeling real good, and we got the two-point conversion and we were feeling real good, and then the flag came in.”
— Indianapolis Colts tackle Anthony Castonzo on the Colts’ tying drive in the fourth quarter. “The snow was so high, every time you were stepping in you were sinking.”
— Buffalo Bills wide receiver Deonte Thompson . “They would have had to drag me out of here if they told me it didn’t count.”
— Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams on the last play of the game.


Buffalo Bills fans have seen plenty of snow over the years, and come prepared for the conditions. The National Weather Service reported 7-8.5 inches of snow in the towns surrounding New Era Field in Orchard Park, N.Y.

“I’ve been here a long time and it’s [the fans] never failed to lift my spirits, get me going and surprise me.” — Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams on the Bills fans who stuck it out through the snow.


With heavy snow coming down throughout Sunday’s games, it was difficult for both teams to find footing.



While most offensive players struggled in the snowy conditions, Bills running back LeSean McCoy broke several long runs against the Colts’ defense. McCoy finished with 156 yards on 32 carries and a touchdown.


Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett looks for an open receiver during the second half of the Bills’ 13-7 overtime win over the Colts. Brissett passed for only 69 yards but led the Colts on their final drive to tie the game 7-7 in regulation and force overtime.


Colts safety Matthias Farley tackles Buffalo’s Charles Clay in a cloud of snow during the second quarter. Farley led the Colts with nine tackles.


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