The Buffalo Bills outlasted the Arizona Cardinals on the road in Week 6, winning by a score of 19-16 in overtime.
It was an ugly game from start to finish, as neither offense could get much of anything going throughout the contest.
Kevin Kolb was taken out of the game in the final minutes of regulation after two defenders fell on him, injuring his ribs, according to Mark Dalton, the team's vice president of media relations:
Kevin Kolb. Rib injury. Will not return.— MarkDalton (@CardsMarkD) October 14, 2012
Kolb and John Skelton combined for one touchdown and two interceptions.
Ryan Fitzpatrick failed to throw a single touchdown pass and the passing game was mostly ineffective.
Larry Fitzgerald caught the only touchdown through the air in this game, and he ended the day with six catches for 93 yards.
Mario Williams finally awoke from his slumber in 2012, collecting two sacks against the Cardinals' porous offensive line.
The Bills improved to 3-3 on the season and will host the Tennessee Titans in Week 7, while the Cardinals fell to 4-2 and will travel to Minnesota to face the Vikings.