The Buffalo Bills had lost eight straight road games coming into the contest at Cleveland today, but the Bills were able to break that streak with a 24-14 win over the Browns to improve their record to 2-1 on the season, and maintain at least a share of the lead in the AFC East division.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three touchdown passes and the Bills used their ground game and passing attack to control the ball en route to their second straight victory in 2012.
Bills' running back C.J. Spiller injured his shoulder in the first quarter after being tackled on a short pass play that he was able to turn into a significant gain. Spiller never returned to the game and we are still awaiting word as to the severity of the injury.
The Bills depth has been tested already in 2012, as the Bills lost Fred Jackson to injury in Week 1 and now Spiller in Week 3. Hopefully Jackson will be ready to go for the big AFC East division showdown with the New England Patriots next Sunday.